Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 26, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00687
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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KILLED Are Fine SpecimensPRIZES .!.". J. W. Prenti moved that the meeting by a ruing vote My whether, '
"'i4 : ; the board of trade was to suspend or whether it wu to go ahead and elect .w

I.1'Ii': 'y new officer with the understanding that all business men of the city'would '
AWARDED EIGHT CHILDREN \ rally to the support of the board. '

t'' \ Attacked White' Woman CONTEST WITH UNDER HIGHEST AUSPICES SCORES.OF f : ) ........ .... "'".:' When the motion was put fully one hundred men stood up and seventy' 1

MOTHERS' CLUB. ; put their names on the board of trade register with the amounts They:"

J In Seminole County Osceola county's first better babies ',.,1. . ., would After contribute this hearty monthly.endorsement the meeting unanimously elected H. C.:: k 1

t contest was held this week on Mondayand 111I Stanford to be president of the board for the coming year.More '
I Tuesday under auspices of the .'." "" /
;,\},.:\. BROUGHT HERE FOR SAFEKEEPING Mothers' and Teachers' Literary and! ':... : l ;
I BUT MOB FOUND HIM Social club of the city, and was in ... ", ,.' than hundred of the '
I a leading citizens of Kiisimmee assembled in t;
i ; DEING PUT TO DEATH. every fifty and way seventy-five a great success.babies were entered :. _.1 Makinson's hall last Friday night for the board of trade mass meeting, and if y

i for the contest and fifty-two ", 0 enthusiasm has anything to do with the growth of the city its future is assured s.4\
t"f, An armed mob of about two hun were examined by the attending .: what our without a doubt. *- '
S dred from Sanford and clan. The prize-winning babies ,..,,:--; will do
t men vicinity PhY8i'l h,, i. The meeting was called for the purpose of electing new officers of the;

,..'. came about to 3 this o'C' city Wednesday special train morning andobtained very the children flattering examined records fell while below 90 .I picture. of on I'orU-the board as well as to discuss local problems and how best to solve them. Everycitrzen a

.r: possesion of the negro wanted in core points. when he who had a constructive suggestion was granted permission of the floor 1

in Seminole county for attemptingto Prize Winners.The .... ., '.' than three to give his views.
\ asasult a white woman near Sanford bettor babies' movement is being I -- health. Thepl'ture The meeting by all odds was the I cibly that if the city would 'bulkhead*
'.' last Sunday, and who had been spread abroad through the columns on the right -enjoying the largest and most enthusiastic held the lake front the very minute the.
'r l 't brought here for safe-keeping. Moatyol of the Woman's Home Companion beet, of health and able to cigar Kissimmes for a long time aid it hasi I.I. work was started every lot in ;lissim.t, ,
'Ir' the mob proceeded at once to the as most everybody knows, and the manufacturer aird his resulted in putting a new spirit into mee would 'enhance' 'in m "Va1u.:k'BV4 \10
4' 'inty courthouse' but a few men went medals and diplomas awarded worn the energies of our business men. It closed by urging, every Dan to stand i
." y. )'f''Sheriff ingram'a home and detained furnished by the Companion. The girl has instilled a new "pull together"idea I I united,forthe: purposes of;building'.a) f
him in argument long enough toy baby winning the bronze medal into the minds of all, making our larger city and a better cltlzenshlpAI r
y v allow the main body to reach the jail for the highest score was little Carolyn 12 VESSELS 81\\ citizens feel that there are really no Railroad Possible.* M
ervierpower and secure the keys from Griffin daughter of Mr. and MrsC. great differences between them and I S/B, Aultman Vas tha next ,peake. .;j.
"i. .: Deputy Robert Campbell. When the D. Griffin age twenty-six months. their interests and that one cannot ... Mr. ,Aultman mad the statement d
." negro was found he was quietly taken Her score was 96.5. James Earl Lup- prosper without. the others doing like tha 'he believed jh&city.\could,-wlth-,
:.b-, \ to the waiting train and carried to fer, the thirty-two. months old son of GERMAN BEGAN wise. 'out a great deal of effort,' get a new
., ,I ,the scene of his crime for identifica Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lupfer. won the The Kissimmee band, under the I railroad to com.her,"He told. how ;:
tion. A telegram received by Sheriff medal awarded the boy child making ;: able leadership of J. T. Wood ck. fur. officers of the T. *-.G. had been'heroV, ,'
Ingram later in the day stated that the highest score. His score was 96.5./ The second week of j $ admission of nished inspiring music for the meetIng to inspect territory an4'how ho had r
4 1 the negro had been identified as the Six diplomas were awarded the marine campaign; opened are before the A leading business man put it motored them over the suburbs look-4
., guilty party and lynched at Palm boys and girls scoring next highest, the destruction of the i governments, aptly when he ..Id. "that band Is. one lag for an entrance into the city;' ; The ,
Springs. the children being classed under three western coast British ships. ,' they will be of"th. town's biggest assets,",and no board acted upon his suggestion appointing -;:
Leg Broken When Captured. divisona according: to age. The prize I ly ten vessels, seven of / doubt.many'of those present felt the Senator Don. !'J'lIr.'A1Iltma y -
f Reports from Seminole county are winning babbles between six and twen- bad been sunk.Germany staff dens s. same way about It. it C. 'Stanford.Mayor., May;
',, ,; to the effect that the negro, known ty-four months were: Cloydine Mc- apparently, is 'vic ,.IL 'c. Stanford Makes Speech and Roma Tb...... a> eommHte to '
'as Will Reed, was employed by the Farland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. to extend the field of these The retiring president, J. D. Wood- confer with ,officers of the-T.- A G.;
'woman's husband whom he attacked. C. McFarland, age eleven months, American proposals for the beck, called upon H. C. Stanford to road and' to'report'to tao board as
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s lAtter' .the crime he escaped but was scere 86: and John McKenzie Harris, n .6 open the discussion tit Stanford said soon as possible : .
$4 1 captured several hours later, when his son of liar. and Mrs Jack Harris, age he was glad the people.of the city bad Mr.- AaltmaD said thatth.. city '

left leg had been broken by bullets, twenty-three months, score 97. SPELLING NING . . . . - . . . should drain the swamp back of town j
4 .and was brought here last Monday In'' the second division were children .. ...'.................... . that one property owner would agree ?
Might by.). Lee of Semi- from twenty-five to' thirty-six O + to make a garden out of his place if; "f,
Gordon of Orange AT SCHOOL TUEDSAY
polo county months.Prize were Dorothy the city would drain the swamp "
t county, and an Atlantic CoastLine Russell Geiger, daughter of Mr. and H. A Hunter was called ,fore' andmad.
r detective. Mrs. H. D. Geiger, age twenty-five \ ( ) the suggestion that th*,,corner ;
t The prisoner was turned over to i months, score 94; Joseph Daniels Jef- This (Friday) evening I opening of the ----- + at the Oscoola Hardware' company's'building '!
PS Sheriff Ingram here, who placed him I fords, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. JefI o'clock an old-fashioned next Tues 4 At an adjourned meeting of + b* cut off for the reason that.
Z had his broken leg set. will be held In the Mode shop on 4 the board of trade Thursdaynight 4 :
in jail, and fords, age thirty-one months, score lit is a danger point for autoiats, that
it His leg was broken again in getting I; 97.6. Osceola High school. 1- : will have a 0 the committee which was + it isn't remedied'' the city will at ,
him out of Jail and he was half dragged In the third division were the chil- from the fifth, sixth, I smart street 0 appointed last Friday night to 4 some Urn be called upon to pay dam- t'
through the streets to the train. I dren front thirty-seven months to eighth grades will engage and sum 0 select a secretary reported in favor + ages Mr. Hunter said h* would bo"
I 0 of J, W. Prentis who ha. 4 t
rJrt When a part of the mob appeared forty-eight months. Prize winners spelling and the contest new suits, ,
0 the for several 0 w\ '
early at Sheriff Ingram's house, one of were Mildred Louise Lightsey, daughter be a lively one. The Hich .1"t.which include been secretary (Continued on Page o1Jls.)
4 months Mr Prentis
M ,. the men said be was a deputy sherifft of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lightsey, chestra will furnish a style features. past. was, 4 i
0 elected for
and gave Sheriff Ingram an order for aged thirty-seven months, score 96.5. gram. *
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,; F the release of the negro, claiming that Ugtax: Albert Rohero, son of Mrs. Nel- The spelling bee '. a TAYLOR 4 Mr.coming C. E.year.Yowell was un anl- + QUALIFIED CANDIDATES '
It1 came from the sheriff of Seminole l IH B&hero, age forty-five months, fit entertalament and a M. 0 mously elected vice-president of 4 ,, r
Sheriff Ingram told them he 98. I' ,
it county. score sion fee will be charged b0fn 0 the board. *
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fcI did not have the negro and as .oon Awarding Medals. a ults. It is hoped that a rose on dis O This completed the election of FOR CITY OFFICES : sWednesday
as possible got to the 'phone to notify Inta The awarding of the medals and diplomas ber of parents and others G. M. Taylor's 0 officers and President H. C. Stanford 4
'ti Deputy Campbell that the mob was took place Thursday afternoonat In school affairs wll' avenue. The 0 selected the following committee 4
J -. But meantime the mob had ar- the Woman's club house of the city contest. Taylor's yard 0 to revise the by-laws: C. 4 was the last day on 4
courthouse the Jailer was
t., rived at the ana was one of the most' interesting across the 4 E. Yowell, W. D. Crawford and *
which candidates
I and before he could for city offices could 1
< called to the door events occurring here for many WHITE -that it President 6'
hiskeys SOCKS FOR ALL opinion 0 J. T. Prentis. Stanford qualify for the primary election
,*h'i draw taken his gun from was him.overpowered The negro was months. A large crowd of parentsand ALLIES WIN exhibited in 0 stated that within a few 0 March 6. The qualified candidates on as t1'.
interested spectators gathered on i rate it was a 4 days he would appoint a committee 0
out S. JI. Bullock chairman.. "
t swiftly carried to the train and taken Los Ca.1. given by 5 4'
tho luwn to see the babies have their Angeles, and of 4 to visit the business men 4
t to Forest City where the woman and pictures made and to hear the resultsof have to wear white socks if !.I I to cause many 0 of the city to solicit financial of the city democratic committee, are. *'t[Iq)
two other witnesses testified that the the contest. Mrs. Earl Lupfer succeed in driving the on the street 0 aid for the work the board has For m.yor" H. R. May. ", }
j negro was the right man. The negro briefly explained to the audience the I to the Rhine. Such is the flower un- 0 in view for the coming year. For marshal clerk J. R. Gilbert.
the crime and .was For Floyd Tison and G. W. w
then confessed aim of the Mothers' and Teachers: club of Garnett Andrews, 0 0
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s given five minutes for prayer. He and Rev. A. M. Chisholm announced I dent of the National q99999VVVVV- - - - - TTTTT- -_-. TTTTTTresponded Overstreet.For
4 V asked forgiveness for the crime andI'was the prize winners. Hosiery Manufacturers. SENT treasurer, J. Z. Roberson. ,
& taken to the tree at the Palm The babies were examined by Dr. "Moreover," says I N. C. BRYAN to the call of the board of For councilmen D. Woodbca-
hT; *> Springs crossing and there swung up. H. S. Geiger, assisted by Miss Margaret I will probably be a dearth trade and that if the same good will J. W. Thompson, iii. N. Thurman and
>> IMS body was literally riddled with Evans, graduate nurse. Dr. Geiger in the spring. You see the ) manager of and support was given the board dur- W. W. Carson. ..,.,
? f r "billets and was left until Wednesday handled the babies with skill and send us nearly all the dye Grocery com ing the coming year it would go a long For executive committee C. A. Car- Ilf/,' .
:,, TCforning, when the coroner's jury his patience and untiring efforts were Is used for hosiery. All of twelve way towards making this county the Carson S. IL Bullock W. C. Bass. '. t +
a :f-viewed the body and brought in a remarked upon by all the mothers,I' works in Germany are from the greatest in the state. Mr. Stanfordsaid Only three councilman are to b*
verdict of death at the hands of un- while Miss Evans endeared herself to the, river Rhine, and if the of them. that "hard tim.." were mostly elected and Ave members of the executive !
'Icnown parties. all who came in contact with her by i get there it will be Southport by imaginary and related a story of a committee
t ". Bad Bad Record. her culm sweet ways. i socks." "Florida-cracker,1* who had been ruined -
5t"* '..'\,The negro now proves to be the Mrs. A. M. Chisholm Mrs. Earl' has had nearly by the big freeze but had since
4 tame.Reed that last summer terroriz: Lupfer Mrs. John L. Overstreet and "BROWNIE" ORCHESTRATO sent to him at accumulated a competence for his old BERRY GROWERS ARE ..
,ed the western part of the county and Mrs." Mark Munger were the committee GIVE but this is the age. The same could be done bv
Orange Bounty, shooting at DeputyWlIliami who worked up the contest Every i he ever got. anybody who is willing to work he
; and several other officials member of the Mothers' club had an The "Brownie"R. orchestra ..Id.- -It is entirely up to the people I I URGED TO MEETTh .' -
several its however I rection of DeWitt BANKRUPT this to whether the JA '
,robbing houses and holding up active part in success, of county say .
He finally making article* for a bazaar that was' hearsing for a concert to be county is to be prosperous or not. He
at the point : N
:men section the near future for the merchant of t..
'escaped from thisof and was held in,connection with the contest to concluded with an appeal for all to
to be captured in Polk coun- defray the expenses of the affair and M. E. church fund. Mr. petition in join in with the board, urging his strawberry growers ar* especially '
+ supposed several orchestra to be at the meetingof
other State. court hearers aside all prejudices and urged
: escaped. He was assisting in various ways. to lay
y 'I have been hard at work all February the Osceola Fruit and Truck Growers
? the in. solid, compact
ba4llIelrl'O and had been shot Other Children Examined. come together
a ter and he is now association tomorrow( Saturday) -
of Kissim to and devise and
and deriv- body plan ways
walking with -Jimp, In addition to the prize-winning babies -' them appear in a series of means to make the town grow and at .:IO o'clock in the city hall. Refrigerator i
/ the name !of Crip the foll were examined -i crates for shipping the berries
a r, mm Though the armed mob came worked on a : Edward White, Samuel Car-, Sawyer Aaron Reaves little prosper.Rev.. .8. T. Lawler was next called were"ordered this week and in 4 + },i
errand her they Harpster..
Desperate Ferris Mlllard, Glen Ilewins. Mur- Freece '
said that he had the best results from t
H. order to $
to speak. get
the city
; fw people Joseph Oliver Julia Anna girl Ohio baby, : : F.b. It. Il1I. upon y
., (s.aware of their at the ray Griffin Yates J. J. Griffin Jr.. Virginia i Bar. sfar competition th. two w..K mad.a close study of the town and the shipping it Is necessary for the I : ,
1 The trouble to meet and .w..It
build It together
not how to help growers .
affair up.
;r1....: News of the Thos. Parker Oswald Clark. children, otherwise she
ber. tAra
.p : not together what to and ship.
pulling pick
the days
} business hours is that people are upon
", the early been ,
;"t' mead until Joyce Makinson, Alt Ruth Over- a prizewinner.Each n, J. C.: Bill. ..malIfaetlODJI'a1l.lworkinc '
too : of the unnsaeUy rainy
that there are Because
Louise Geiger. Robert. child examined was Il'Tln. William I : many ;
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standard lira. .Ko *; for.their own season teenrill not be th* quantity
'I; RUNAWAY Francis Evans, Althea Fox. Val.ra ( : F. 1C: Mar<<., ler thinks. t
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_t' l AWuw IN Chisholm. James Pberigo, Paul Yow- the'Woeeit's: Home .'\Nrison. Mrs selfish interests Mr,, of berries to ship ; that was first
.' t :.:. Afl maa/irno: drives the Stasoil. ell Joe Howe -:Burckhalter, James each mother was given ... ... Pbbe: He said that every man In Kisslmme churches thought. the
card that she Jleeston Tra- ought to be a booster for work the growers eanrreeUe salts3
Injured Peulk, Ruth' Butler, Rebecca Cotter-, score so WIil1 ,;.. .
was Jr.1 board of
.wagon. schools'and for the trades
where th child fell, short. taetory result* from th.erop or**;
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..T May'wbea.Lla' tram ran away oa man',ChaL'1'78ott, Lon.TysonHarry mother received .JC1laaolaJ,'. "" ':, that ..'belin *' hi Florida,with its ' ' , Staffe.
'' street and be wa thrown Da1e John AIM way + offer of health and wealth for r70a amount-ot.Ieragr b.Ing"p ,
North Mate. Into CharS.. Carrot H.TBass Lola PJessie' that will be of great valoe Pe.tma.: eft"-I _tIn .t.
,ttront. the -ma horses raa May'Griffin.>aul .Clark, Carl overcoming weaknesses body,and h* predicted that spring track la als* a mbjeet of:
',,{ tense and damage the warns conefdralaI Clark'Annie: : Anftod, Josephine Ltadsey. -' bet in her child boons hoc owned by I Jacksonville and, froaI'' Fort vital interest at;: this ,time 'and the. .1
.. enraged'''be date would be tied at the Lauder-I \
also. y": fiV . : MaryJEllen OYerstteei, Cart Led* weaknesses can be..reome \ up secretary at the association ;d.reaall
A_ 17.?'r rr.liter.Uird. b GUWDUaIIt. in hand before the child la .. of, I no dock WON many years.. growers .. report .n *y 4
,.... of th: D.-w skirts' '* 0'DqU.9-; Uvinjston. jr.,. Mary AA. .. '. killed tb* cow.", 4 ;jf. ,;. I ,Tho....speaker, .pointed J out riry. :'for- are ftaatta* *a4 the quntty f-v'e of I
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MISS LOU18K ''THOMASACCIDENTLY ' 'l leylgorit fI.- to Pale aII4 Sickly ',
t KEN NSVILLE G. A. R/ CELEBRATION N ; SHOT Tk Old atn4t4: mcral *haaetbealflt teak, 'I

I The Graystone Casino Ji I 'BY SMALL BROTHER OB.OVB-S TA4TKL8S8 chill TOWIC.drlre.oat
Matarta.*. icbMlkt>load.aBdbalki apteeq>-
HELD: FEBRUARY 22 Baldwin.-Miss Louise Thomaswas Mar AtrataBia.l'oradiilUaBdclilldA ",IIJO

.... accldently shot at her home -- {
t a. 6W Washington's Birthday was Atttug- near Baldwin at 7 o'clock Monday Test for Liver Complaint.

: ly I observed hero JLtbnday. The binks morning The wound was from a .
and poslofflce were closed and a number
shot gun with buck shot shell In the Ment Unhapp-PhSlull Dull.

APRIL 5 WITH BIG BARBECUEAND of the business houses celebrated Inactive.
AN ALL-DAY PROGRAM the .occasion by decorating In the national hands of ber small brother, who was i first The shows' Liver itself, sluggish In a mental and state-

OF MUSIC AND SPEECHES BY colors. Tbe O. O. Howard playing with' the gun when It went : unhappy and critical. Never is there

PROMIENT MEN. I Post No. 36 and SedKwkk' Circle, G off the load going through the door joy in living as when the Stomach
t' -- A. H.. held celebrations In the chapter of the dressing room. In which Louisewas. I I ahd Liver .thelr work. Keep
} W. J. Rice, promoter of the new room of the Cas'no building: both One shot' went through her leg your Liver are active and healthy" by ffl

First State Bank of Kenansville, B. morning and afternoon. Dinner wa> three struck her In the side and one Dr. New Life Pills; they ..M
using Kings
F. Roe, cashier, Mrs. Roe, and A. L. served at noon by the Circle, platei- in the hand. Dr. D. D. Orlnson was I empty the Bowels freely tone up your .11;"

r Hunt, vice-president of the bank were being laid for ninety. Immediately summoned to attend the I Stomach cure Constipation and ..
Kissimmee and Tuesday
in Monday
'; The afternoon( Included] wounds, which ;
program are not thought to be : purify the Blood. 25c at Druggist.
connection with
business in
on a trip I the following. numbers. Involution fatal. Ixniltfe IH fourteen years old I! Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for ,
the formal opening of the bank anda '
; 1 Key S H Jlunt.Y.' of New York. song the daughter of F II. Thomas. : Piles.
a big barbecue in Kenansville on
Ainerldi adclret.n. "The Arniv Mean.

April 6. MKH: | Jail; Kul..oiu!1.>; reiuarks.. :Mn -- -- .
e( The barbecue in to he a part of UwprojZ'ram !
ss, ro u 11..1.Iodl: ; ndtlllon.11', : '- ].i arranged for the day on y-
> an III/" '
which the bank will formally '
new fN
open its doors for business and invitations IIlxl,.." 4 4'om rmmdrr K I 1.11 LOlld.-, nmurks Notice to Farmers 5 5WILL
Mrs. II. .Vi. I'orti r
to be sent out broadcast
are I j .:.. : _
*d over this and neighboring counties, inviting . __ I
the public to attend l the affair ONE:' (KISSIMMEE'S Sl'liST' ANTIAI. t SI1'lEIS.BI.KS.! ( I I \ \ NOI-U i':.
feII) .
Kenansville is one of the new townson ------------------------------ -------- --------------------------------- I ;Nllllii; Id I'rol.\ KlVI II Hull. tin IIIXImikH ,
the Florida East Coast railway's'new I ol IM-IIIH| < "unt\ for, Hi.-I, \.n Buy Poultry and Hogs WEL:
1'IU "i 111 -111: \.i| II I Ii. your
4. Okeechobee division and the opening SEMINOLE SOCIETY I NEW ICE CREAM COP <' i. 110.1'Ta ; ; V
h up of the vast territory through I Poll < t..i,

? which the branch runs will be cele-- Pay you the Highest Market Price ;

brated upon this occasion also. EXECUTIVE MEETINGThe I FOR KISSIMMEEThe
Orchestras from Whittier and Ken SOME DON'TSFor WE PAY CASH. Get in touch with us now. t
''b' ansville' will furnish music for the

S day and the program will begin at executive committee of the Purity Ice Cream company is '

d 8:30 on Monday morning, April 5, "l riends of the Florida Seminoles" the name of a new business firm that Call Phone 44 The Parlor Market

t with the opening of the new bank mM in the office, of the secretary at will open for business in Kissimmee
1 building' for inspection' of the public. Kissimmee, on February 19. within the next few days, occupyingthe Stomach and Liver 4d

M At 10 a. m., the crowd will assemblein The society was organized:; several building in the Fleming block on
the Carter building of that city Darlington avenue recently vacated by
and it's
: composed -
{ where M. M. Smith, president of the years ago of many influential persons, in- the New York Supply store. J. F. SufferersDon't
bank will open the ceremonies.; An McCorkel and W. A. Thomas both ex-
tl'j'ling' officials editors,
E address of welcome made by the vice- author government and men of financial prominence perienced in the manufacture of high- ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?
president Mr. Hunt will be responded grade ice members of the
cream, are
icattered from Boston ,to San take medicine for your Stomach -
to by visiting bankers, which will Francisco. The aim of the society has new firm. ailments morning noon and night,
hours. The barbecue
take the
"I,, up comes morning at noon and for the afternoon -- been solely to hefriend the remnant of The company expects to do a thriv- as usually such medicines only give IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENTWe
of Seminoles in Florida and to help in ing wholesale business in this and temporary relief and simply digestthe
rl following program their educational and industrial development. neighboring towns and will also makea food that happens to be in the
speeches has been arranged: "The Have All Kinds Of
specialty of its family trade, catering I
of State Banks W. V. Knott
Safety ,
1/ state comptroller; "The New Reserve The rociety earnestly appeals to the to the demands made by weddings Don't permit a surgical operation.
tr parties lodge and church socials etc
: Banking Syster," Senator D. U. Fletcher people of Florida to take a friendly There is always serious danger in operations
interest in the future fate of this forlorn A complete equipment of modern
; '"The New Era of Prosperity. and in many cases of Stomach -
400 r Senator N. P. Bryan; "The Flagler remnant of a brave and free race, machinery for the manufacture of all Liver and Intestinal Ailments the PRINTING MACHINERY
kinds of ice cream, plain block and infancy
who of Flordia's most native
I; System of Development, J. E. Ingrsu are one moulds is being installed. "Any knife can be avoided if the right rem
({ 'i ham of St. Augustine; "The Old Florida poFsenlrons, with a view to securingfor and the best edy in taken in tim.e.Don't .
style quantity quality" -
them homes in the
of permanent unsettled
W. B. Kissimmee
I Harris McCorkel around with foul smelling
is what Messrs. and go a -
,' Florida of the future ," portion of the stat before it
; "The New ( )
Thomas that will breath caused disordered
announce they givetheir by a
is too late, and helping them enjoy
W. J. Sears Policy
; Congressman : : customers. The ice cream will Stomach and Liver to the discomfortof
)y of the Okeechobee Co. W. L. Bragg the benefit" of civilization.The [
\ be manufactured from pure cream in those you come in contact with.
of Okeechobee; "The Fish Industry of members of Uie commitUu-
the most sanitary manner.
: This Section," L. A. Bass of Okee- present were" Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew I If you are a Stomach sufferer don'tthink FOR SALE

M l chobee "Good Roads and Finance" of Jacksonville ; Mr. C. W. Ward, SIGN CONTRACTSFOR:' you can not be helped; prob-

I.. M. I Raulerson; "Truck Farming in vice president of the society' ; lion. C NEW CANALSIN ably worse cases than yours have been .

\ I F Florida" C. 1>. Brumley; "Stock Raising A. ('arson, treasurer, and Mr. J. M EVERGLADES permanently restored by Mayr's Won- s Itl. ,

l: in Florida Dr. J. W. Nixon; "Our WillKon, jr., secretary. derful Remedy.
''If.. School and Our Banks" C. E. Yowell Dr. A. J. Holt was elected a member Most Stomach Ailments are mainly
superintendent of the Osceola county of the executive committee to fill Miami.-The contract between the caused by catarrhal condition. Mayr's On account of the consolidation of the Valley Gazette and the

,8i 1 schools!: "Religion and Finance" Rev. the vacancy caused by the death of the trustees of the Internal Improvementfund Wonderful Remedy not only removes Osceola Journal we hare a surplus of printing machinery. We offer }'

\ B. H. Guy. late (;eo. W. Wilson, former editor of and the Furst-Clark Construction the catarrhal mucus, but allays the for sale the following: k,
YG L the Times-Union of Jacksonville. company for the dredging of the St. chronic inflammation and assists in

Correspondence with Mr. L. A. Lucie canal and other works in connection rendering the entire ailmentary and Machine

UTiliTIES Spencer, special commissioner to the with the state drainage operations intestinal tract antiseptic, and thisis 1 Intertype Typesetting
Florida Indians also with Governor hap been formally signed, according the secret of its marvelous success.
Trammell! and the secretary of the internal to advices from Jacksonville.F. Don't suffer constant pain and Practically New-Extra: Magazine

t improvemnt fund was read and A. Furst president of the company, agony and allow your stomach ailments r '
discupced. who was at the Hotel Halcyon for to physically undermine your 1 Book and Job Campbell Press

PAY PROFITS Report was made of the visit to Kis- several days and who admitted that health. No matter how severe your

simmee of four delegations of the Cow the contract had been made, was out case may be or how long you have This machine if large enough for six column quarto paper, aDd U

f. creek and Stewart hands of the Semi- of town Monday and it is understood suffered-on dose of Mayr's Won- the same press the Valley Gazette i* now being printed on.
I .\ notes-at different times since the last that htf is in Jacksonville on business derful Remedy should convince you

i r, PUBLIC UTILITIES PAY HAND- meeting of the executive committee relative to this proposition.As I that be restored to health
you 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher New
.' SOME PROFIT BESIDES PROVIDING brirging some' of their sick to be has been told before this canal 'again. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has ( )

rf.j; ". STREET LIGHTS FREE treated by Dr. M. J. Hicks' who is held will he dredged from the northern rim taken and is highly recommended by

4 TO KISSIMMEE. in high esteem as big medicine chief. of Lake, distance Okeechobee of twenty-four to the St. Lucieriver and I Members of Congress, Justice of the I 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter
'd1!{ j; The meeting was a very interestingone Supreme Court Educators, Lawyers,
.... "f There. seems to be some misunderstanding and much pleasure was shown in one-half milec. It will be 200 feet Doctors i
,l Bankers Druggists -
..'i about the income and running the improvement noted, (in the upliftof wide at the bottom and 280 feet ut Merchants, Nurses Manufacturers, Priests One Jobber 8x12 C. & P.
r: expenses of the city's electric these Indians and the advancementthey the water line, with a depth below the Ministers Farmers and people in all

light and water plants. At the meeting had. made, and their desire forermanent water of twelve feet. walks of life. We also have other machinery and equipment for sale. If yon
board of trade last Friday
of the : hom presence of Send for FREE valuable booklet on Deed of the above write or wire.
of the Agnew SIMPLICITY TUB ..
night some speakers thought; Mr. P. A. Vane who had come
Stomach Ailments to Ceo II. Mayr
Ii that the city's utilities were a losingproposition. from Jacksonville to attend the meeting OK KPIUNG FABIIIONri 154-156 Whiting St., Chicago, 111. TERMS: Part cash and balance on ,,time.
For the benefit those much
appreciated, as
who want the official figures, the Gar was also very the interest taken in this Eccentric fashions in millinery a* Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Is sold I KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .
rette republishes the following data work by the Florida Federation of well as gowns have given way to by leading druggists everywhere with
taken from the annual financial report Women's clubs. the simplicity\ and grace of the ir'uoline the positive understanding that your

of the city for the year ending period. The modern craze money will be refunded without question KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA rI
September 1, last. This record shows I'OOK TKIIH'TK something new," was responsible or quibble if ONE bottle fails to
f,. 1l that the city's public utilities paid the "This fellow evidently doesn't for much which offended the eye of give you absolute satisfaction. I I

: city a profit of $5.694.87.1C'.lCrTRII' think much of our fountain pen." the artistic. To appear In fashion! I

'.4 I.KJIIT KCM). """hy. he sends UK that tefitimonal I women will wear that which is not

Es p..**. < we asked. for only unbecoming to them but absolutely
September t. "'13. "Yes. written on a (ypewrl!:era" UKly In Itself. O
s' To balance ountn nrtlnu; > 13(11 SJt A
+1 To Halarlea. - 4.2'\11 II") 1 R
,' i To wood 5.0S4 flf
., To oil _ 22X If,
e To repairs itml nlintlrUH 1 ';32 II'c

.'.\\c. 1. Total expense S.-i 1 I.a IDAUKURt MS
1 2"< MKxtenaloaM.
rlt' 1.1104- III 1 I The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars I

t' To meters Hfl q" I
t' P""''ill'. lint! Inhnr 1 r ''l' *7
1 TII: : m,
; Paid on new plant
Total I'jctcnnloti' Hfpt I I I''11' l '""
?; i\\ mu! 117\1: '.1 J
,, BargainsIN ,
it- AUK1.. 1014 Total xi I I'M.' II Biggest
\tr and .itfnfl.HiM $1 i :. HIM" 711
I. ) By collection M.i'44' L"J

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' Ity tmlanrp In In aunt \ $ I 1111 I" S HOES 1 1 I
..\iJJ. <-o11e1!] III.MB \l.\ Mill" i slut. ,li.I. nt .' .. I I i ;
''-\1. for taiiliiu ant i niiiliiM" 1M** ' : I ( t
Coll. II..M A\nl. " I...'' i 711 I '
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C' ,4 Total cull, ,ll'-iin\ t<.q. I ,T'll'I AR.COLUMBUS 6i
:.9'.1';, InIIKU.I I I. .fill) 3 C .1; I, 1 1t'J AR.ATLANTA-71PA.M 1 mAR.BIRMINGHAMII
!!% r oars i
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:: Ital.. rtca I I li. 1 1I ItI I- EVER OFF EREDLadies' i HAi
11 Wood I 7V. 7 4 I
],, "' SupiilliH mid laliiitTotnl 6.17"7 ; .St LOUIS "785xjiAR.CHICAGO I .:-4
Black Satin Colonial Pumps S ,
; I
yFp''. 14 ""I I 5x
oxpi'MHi- I I 1 8ioAM
1. !':&IrHHlSup.ll. 1 I--'I 1
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4 : Hose tower I .4 70

f'/it; }''!, Well Total xndonul extensions-rlioux 14 I 1775 n2r. 111B IL' Regular $3 Value ONLY 1.69 COACHES. SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.

.1t Total expenmk and extensions $ K.027 26L
mil bnluiicn In
I Autr 1. -Hy
f treasury __._ __ _ 22913f
; t i iii
This shoe ix a black satin beauty. Comes in all sizes and latent

> r"W _: AM' ) l.llilllPI_MISMK4TAIMTI style. Thin shoe well illustrates the rash buying power of a dollarat I I f 1; I 1

',.'1 lt. electric light I.ATIONKxtrnilnna. ___ 13 "HI SS thin store. We make you a positive GUARANTEE if you can ii
,.. I' THAN $3.0(1, rome and get your money back. They won't last longat 1,1i
; 12.71 a 3T '
\\'; I F.xtenetons, ,,'..I..r and sewer $ 4 025 B1 this sensational price. ,

.r By balance In treasury ; 229- U $3.00 value only_ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ ___ ______ ___ _____ __ ____ __ __$I.6T '
;;4 Total extfnBlonn anti balance
y In trfaaufv $ 4.25.81 ,r riP ,I'g
$ i
Xi**.a amount In treasury September White Jap Silk Waists Ir 0y
!'i I. 1S13>> $1218311j ( /

0ki0 t 2.978 62 Regular $3.00 value; our price-------------- __ .. ___ __u_ $1.98 t I
,,0( Sizes 86 to 42. i I'aru: is n.n.
,7 ,: :J. R. OTI.HKUT .
:I Ii14'iIilliE t
City Clerk. ,
.w t:.

1 Htreet -ghiti Krer <. Best 20c CaDdy only lQc \
,. ''., to City O ,

fr'' '1 We sold 700 pounds of this Candy last week. Comes fresh every !!art! !! I ''?(. t
Ird 8 I CHICAGO CUDS PITCHERVI81TIt week. New lot will arrive early next week. Don't fail to take advantage ,
'. KI88IMMKK/ of this to good,
opportunity get purtr.Candy

t' SLI'. Larry Cheney, the well known at only, per pound____?,--_________________________10c&12c J
t" ,Jf1Io; pitcher of, the. Chicago Cuba.nd ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD,
1 Urs. Cheney who are wintering at

3b Haloes.,.City, motored to Kissimmee -'THE STORE
w't' ; Monday aad'spentthe day shopping DOLLAR LIMIT

j .toere, Me Cheney's visit occasioned -

I (*-,. & .ian.oaadthe aipreaaaeQ local HOME OF 5c. 10e AND 25e GOODS. G. W. PERSONS COMPANY A. W: .RITOT, IX P. A., 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, f la. ;

" v. .. 'bascbafl blm- G. KIRKLAND DIP. A. Hillsboro Hotel. Tampa
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: 16 x 1 Soutfi, Florida' Summers Are; :* \ 11 ,Prompt; ',Action WHI Blai":t 8 1r ':'

EL ,
; ; I-
I When you >first catch.* Cold eIte '
: ,As Delightful As, the WintersIt Indicated by aneese or cough) :break ' "

it up at once. The idea that ,It doe' ,
I --_. not matter" often lead to seriotu* ry
:;$5SUBMARINE; WARFARE HAVING EFFECTTWO 'It Is difficult for't'e visitor from cool'refreshing Jut bealth-givlnrl: complications. The remedy which, in5mediately

the, north to' reallso. le Just aa ."We ned more-sl>-h..7ea..rellnd and easily penetrate the
. pleasant) to,;live( la ,Florida la 'the resident In FlorMa. .We need more lining of, the throat Is the kind do-' .

...0..0..0..., t 7- \" ummer-tlme- It la in the'wlntet. people who, com*,- sere, and'stay a.1 manded. Dr. King's New'Discovery _
MORE SHIPS Ifthlsrfactwere: thoroughly known the time. And w*. can make any,of soothes the irritation, loosens the __
: FURIOUS:BATTLB RAGES 32 WARSHIPS ,TRY 'TO we would have au alltheyearroundcome them 'as comfortable slimmer aa phlegm. 'You feel better at once., "It '.,rt __
0 IN CARPATHIANS ,4 to Florida only for the winter In .winter. ': seemed to reach the very:'spot of my r); _
ARE SENT TO BOTTOM 0 '..*...- *: FORCE DARDANELLES months would..become permanent ref f'And the man.who love the out- Cough" is one of many honest tostioniala. __

0. 'The greatest ihountiln batUe 4ta I Identa. Florida' people) should there door lift-'<>>""to .swim., to flsh,,aad ., rifle at your.Druggist.. it _
' ,J' 'Nakskov.'Denmark (via London v history Is raging In the Car- 4, tore urge the tourist to make ue a go motoring OB boating there Isn't' '" __

;ri., The< Norwegian steamer Saturday o path Ian.. The Russians are din 0 ..100000000"0000'000000000. mid-summer visit and put) both extremes any better place;thaa Florida In the I __
truck a nine at 8 o'clock. 0 playing great tenacity In their 4 v BRITISH AND FRENCH t of our climate to fbe test. summer. You can catch more fish. GO '1'0

11. o morning and sank. Her crew was 0 efforts to gala a victory but are 4, <> WARSHIPS DAMAGED 4 Speaking on this subject the Florida I' ;you can have more menthe of weatherfit
t saved. This is the second disaster to 0 being steadily if slowly forced 4' 0 Metropolis tars: for swimming, and all manner of B. D1CKERSON:
,; ,Norwegian vessels since the German 0 out of Oallcla. The result of'a 0 Three BritIsh here are many people who hare oat-door sports In Florida'than oily
& i sea zone decree took effect. v violent battle at Kolomea Is expected 0 < and French .* winter homes In Florida and who where el"e."Some .... Cypress< Lath I>|.. Lath. ......
A The Bjarka laden with coal was 0 to have an Important warships wore come here every winter to get the of you who have tried'Florida ....t... ......, Parts, L._. C.r..t, i'
tin ,her 'way from to Nakskov. 0 badly damaged by the torts at 0 Ru/ely Fir* OaF sad FIN ....,... Hew AI''
0 beating' Fighting there Is furl- 0 0 the western end of the Darda- benefit of our wonderful winter cli In winter and have liked It, try Pleas .U __ mm* mmUmtmgKwrrrtmAmt ...... M
SINK FRENCH STEAMER. ous. Hundreds of corpses 1'e 0 nelles during the bombardment mate. Some of those who have come It next summer. You will be de- IsARTIFICIAL
0 unburied on the Held. * Friday. Allle's-flagshlp had to 0 here for winter homes, have been Induced lighted."-Arcadia Enterprise STOKIBJ '
, Submarine U-16 Gave Crew Time to o a 0 be towed away. 0 to stay during the summer POLID.o.r. .
Get Off and Assisted Them Ashore. 0 0 o-o-OOH--OOO++ and establish oummer homes and FARMER REPAIRING /

j Cherbourg France (via Paris-) 0 OOO'OOOCOOOO'OO 0 most of those who are here all the HOME, FINDS $3,000 Br...w.F--......* 'R. B. .1 Irb ,
.. London
and infan-
-Heavy artillery 'round like the cllmtae '
The story of the sinking Tuesday of year summer 1eLTHE :,
i try actions were fought Saturday '
the French steamer Ville de Lille by along the whole of the western front, London.-A fleet of thirty-two Brit- as well as the wlcter. Altamont Mo.-A remarkable find I : :,
m German off the Barfleur ishand French and "Florida eunimer climate Is good. I jrI"
submarine according to official statements from warships a squadron was made by John Dennen who>> was
light' house east of Cherbourg has of aeroplanes taken to the There are no nights that one cannot ..
Paris. scene repairing his front door and moved ''' '
been brought here by the vessel's Fighting in the dunes and before aboard a special aeroplane ship,' has sleep because of the heat, as Is often the doorstep a large flat stone. Beneath /
boatswain. Ypres continues violent, but the most begun to force the passage of the the case In the north. There are few it he found an old iron kettle (
1 The submarine, he said was the vigorously prosecuted and most determinedly Dardanelles. If this effort is success nights that one doesn't require cover filled with gold and bills, which PRAYSTONEI z ;
t'' 1 U-16. It pursued the Villo de Lille resisted action the j' ful Russia can obtain her long-desired:: during the nights. There Is no time amounted to $3,00t. ,

come distance and maneuvered in such whole line is being waged on in the outlet from the Black sea to the Mediterranean when one can't find a cool place In The money was clean and dry. The -.- 't' "" .''
away as to prevent her When and the allies will be at the }Florida day or night. The breezes
c escape. Champagne region, where the Frenchare I farm is one of the oldest in the country 'fI'L .>
of that the peninsula from east
c, the submarine. came alongside her bringing all the weight of their rate Constantinople.The sweep and is known as the "Old Burnlam" : ;
M. nomu, hap. L L ruTU. HP.
r captain said: action began Saturday morning to west, and from west to east and ; ; ; ; .
increased numbers and metal to bearon place from its first owner, whe } '
''i | "I will give you ten minutes to leave the sturdy line, which is defendingthe when the allies fleet under the command _, from he south are all cool breezes lived there more than half a centuryago. \
the ship." of Vice Admiral Sackville Hamilton from off the water of the Atlantic or Open Year Round ; ji
German center army's lines of Old settlers recall that the early i [ i
s, 1 The crew took to the boats and communication. Carden, preceded by a swarm of the Oulf, and In any Instances are owner was a miser, and it is supposed i
' \ Bulled for Barfleur. Two from aeroplanes which fluttered over the I I i.
men i
i Entered Advanced Trenches. I the money was placed there by him. I *
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t the submarine boarded the steamer To the German claim that the forts at the entrance on the Asiatic

t4 n. and placed a bomb in the captain's French during the night of Fridaydid and European sides opened fire. 180 'CATHOLIC PRIESTS

room and another in the forecastle. I nothing more than enter a few Destroyers in the Rear. 6000000...... .. .. . .. 0 +.......6+660FishLake ... \ .
'( Ten minutes later there were two explosions I advanced trenches in the region northof The Agamemnon the Inflexible Ad- ARE HELD BY OBREGON "
and the ship began to sink. Perthes and Les-Mesnils, their miral Garden's flagship; the Ven- ,
i !"'r' When it was seen what desperate other attacks failing the French com- geance, the Cornwallis, the Triumph, ,
n ( efforts the Ville de Lille sailors were munique adds to its previous reportsof the Suffern the Gaulois and the Bou- Washington D. C.-The state department Dairy jj
making to row to the coast the submarine success by declaring that the bat- vet steamed in battle line, leaving the has protested to Obregon r
I.") came up and took them in tle continues in their favor. Several torpedo boats, the destroyers and the in
tow until Barfleur was in sight. The renewed counter stacks were repulsed, auxiliary fleet far outside. authority at Mexico City against

$ d captain of the steamer injured his it says, and fresh progress! made. A The guns of the forts were outranged his act in seizing and holding 180 Pure Jersey Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter y,

+ i chin in clambering into the boat and wooded position north of Perth, by the larger guns of the ships. Cathelic priests because of their fail- Milk delivered door
the German commander took him which the Germans had strongly en- Later in the day, at a signal, the heav- ure to raise and turn over to him at your
F i aboard the submarine and gave him trenched was occupied. ier armored vessels moved in closerto 500,000 pesos. The money is supposed every morning. '
/ first aid treatment. The Germans also I Berlin attaches importance to the bring their secondary armamentinto to be for the poor. According toa
', applied the master of the steamer action around Verdun, where to the action, trusting that their heav- dispatch received by Secretary ,
with a fine pair of sea boots, as he had north of the stone fortress the Ger- ier armor and the poor markmanship Bryan, the priests were summoned to Phone 241-L S. W. DOWNING j
'S been compelled to leave his own be- man bulletin asserts, French attackswere of the Turkish artillerymen; would the palace and there made prisoners.One j .
", hind. repulsed and !French artillery delivered render the danger slight. priest is an American.
e' a violent bombardment preparing The first stage o? the bombardment .00.00.0000000000000000.000.0000..0..00..00.0. ...
,' the way for new infantry at- lasted from 9:30:: o'clock until Carrsnzs Victorious.
: 140,000; ACRES OF By that time Essamidieh and -- -- -- --- --
.nrks The French statement ignoresthe neon. Agua 1'rieta Mex.-The lawn of
reported action north of the fort, Kum Kalesi had! been destroyed. It Ichiina, a strategic point in the stateof
: ".i LA. LAND IS DRAINED and dwells upon the fighting: to the was reported that a magazine in one C.IJ-'rrero. has been occupied by J. D. CLARK i
I southeast where at Les, Epa rleR six I of live forts hud been blown up killing C'anunza after a three days' fight after -

New Orleans, La.-Gushing; l.OOO- terrific German; counter attacks were almost the (entire gar! l..on. On the which the Villistas fled, leaving '
I' 000 gallons of marsh water u minute repulsed followed by an attack in return European side fort Heirroul was hit I many supplies behind. t
which J'l'sul1.J. in further trainsfor repeatedly and! replied with two shells,
It t V when President Woodrow Wilson
-- - Real I Estate Broker
I the rench. Throe much me guns none of which struck.
I'\* touched! the button Washington
in [
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14 .Saturday, February 1 1:1: five huge two trench mortars a"d'WO: () piisonei1-' The bombardment was resumed at

'* pumps$'the colossal, the largest task; of in th draining world, 40,000 began |I ated including as; the several French officers booty., are ellumer-I 4:30 Inter:: o'clock The,airships and closed signaled fifteen that minutes the Friend Tourists \ \ Residential Lake Shore Property, Cottages, Vacant Lots, Orange'y-

Bodies of soldiers belonging two Turkish twenty-eight centimeterguns
acres of land, partly in New Orl'ahM'1
I i 'widish r ch will reclaim and make ready different regiments were found on the had I been destioyed.! Be independent. Own yeur Groves Truck farms Timber and Prairie Lands
| home when do
you can so practically ,
I .I'f(|rZ/.bitation' and farming delta al- held after the action; at Xon, in which The task of opening the way which
the French carried several German England herself onoe had closed to the same as paying rent. FLORIDA
livA il' rich the of
as as valley ,
See! if in this list
the f lIp.: trenches, is a Paris claim put forth as shut Russia up will be of the utmost something i

I This gigantic ,work of conservation, showing the strength of the German difficulty, for at every 100 rods of appeals. to you.A ..... '
force which overwhelmed.Kheims .. mile -.oa .1. rottave, Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 68
'' was the eighteen winding course .
I'. backed;!, by the state of Louisiana, is m moormtlmm, d.ep well, food
to the Sea of .. .........
'part of the vast scheme of systematic Shelled. from the Agean sea '.Iob.r" d sad mmm* "
modern fortifications Small auk ......t Sll solicited
Marmon. on mm per Correspondence
reclamation of alluvial lands which, German shells continue to rain upon sides.are is ..ala ._ ......1..1. ac..._ ...- ml-* t
it put vndei way a few years ago will Rheims and in the region of Berry- both The narrow passage .Ia... Brie* air ...-.
'eventually bringing into use 10,000- Au-Bac the artillery action is very strewn with mines.A A ....-..... b.._, loe fat lat
4 but without definite result. statement received , ..wig well. .-. Side ra.... .15per
energetic, Constantinople .
OOO acres of land now idle and waitIng ...t.... .0..0.00000.0000..00..0..0...
for it8 ages of accumulated richness The official statement: from Paris by wireless from Berlin which has A g.-rue ..._ e1a5.1111
to be put Into service. gives! details of the action fought to not been confirmed says that the ....- ........ ,s ; j A WISE MAN .
-, the east of Ypres. Important forces flagship and two other vessels have A t.-r..d.ra .._ m..t ,,4 carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE : .
This so-called "drainage district"of and fml* wate..e.1 tmm beet "w
-I, Louisiana will be drained in three were utilized by the Germans in their been struck by fire from the forts. repeated assaults on the allies' This is denied by the admiralty. It A _*...-!...r ..._ rttk ..., while he I. living and ample LIFE i' .
Land .
wil be '
days The cost $234,000. trenches. After several attacks accompanied is also said that only two Turkish tw...r a.. !.!.. A decided barg.I. INSURANCE to protect his family ,
which heretofore has bees nominally .
valued Will be worth $3,000 on acre. by cannonading and fusillades soldiers kave been killed so far and Tw. k...... : .._ !. g..4 II in the event of his death. H..
\ had failed the Teutons resortedto of the forts injured. .. .
1 I that none were Itl. Neer.Eegbty also Insure his earning capacity
-ioI .This. titanic job, as that at Panama the cold steel and drove down upon The.Berlin reports speak of the attackers ........ !..'. i e- by taking out an ACCIDENT1 and .
his .... ;
la the work Aptly SU
o man. t. rallraaa. per a
r the allies' rifle pits with the bayonet. wasted 300 twelve-inch ,
la Hero. Some Six 10...... aad farir acre HEALTH POLICY Be on the
y name years ago George They were turned back after a terrific shells which would fit the heavy guns real eltra. tad at (tae per ..... asfe aide. .
A Hero, a wealthy citizen of NewOrleans hand in which of the Inflexible FIT aad t.a.-aera traeta (raaa -
hand to encounter of the heavy battery Wo..write allIlea' of 'INSURANCE +'!
[ vision and .
conceived the
[placed ',his :name and reputationagainst hundreds of dead were left; on. the class. SITS p.Ir.r.v.a tmmm tar re... 1 that Insures and endureav ;,
field. The reserves which should haveglvt'n None but RELIABLE old lino compaalea -
t the task. to the attacking line CRUEL
support SUMMERS '
MRS. In thl.
!: In less than one by the simple agency.
r- year of held immobile by "He Edith two pounds of
Germans were
gave eott PeaSeld .... ... alaek. weatf D. G. WAGNER
,;.process of drawing off the water, the the Gel man forces. real honey for Christmas and called Clrde A....... Cl7dc, tae fed #-J Second Floor Cltlsrns Bank Bldg.
p ,,-,$8,000,000 valuation of the district will" Fighting in the Vosges continues. her his Baby Bumble Bee." ........ weat ., eavrtaaaaa. ....- i -(1>A : KUslnmee Fla. t
| been transformed to $120,000000 ,- lag _.tlo). ,
Paria::! admits that the Germans succeeded "And then what?" i
:: and a swampy wilderness become iff gaining a foothold on the "She stung him!" .... .... .... .... ....
habitable to man and ready for the eastern spur south of La Fecht where

plow. For this part of New Orleans is the French had established an advanced - - -- -- -- -_.-

I." rural.ptminrula It is opposite situated the in city.the west bank hill post.No. 607 German have attempts failed. Berlia to retake asserts O<:::>OQ<:::::: <><::::::::>0

a The big pumps are just six miles the kaiser's troops stormed more
<,'ftomJhe head of Canal street, across than a mile of the French front on the jo
and blueprints are lon, heights west of Sulzerrn and on Reich-
,",' since prepared for shell roads and sacker Kopf, west of Minister. The
[ :electric trolley systems to tap this battle for the possesion of the hillsto Groves and Nurseries.
[\\new area in the natural basin behind the north of Muelbach continues and Waverly .
1 the old plantations and bring it into ''he Germans have taken Metzerlandind

1> the\ big market across the river. Sandernach after a terrific
". Loulsiaaa to aid such \projects as battle. v1 sCAN
these, has passed intelligent laws

IvJ&oney Invested in land mortgages is CHURCH: WILL HAVENURSES STILL SUPPLY A'
tfree from taxation. So also is money I FOR BABIES ,
hta hand or on deposit with banks and Columbus, Ind.-Twenty membersof
homestead associations. the Young Ladies' Mission circleof
I' the Tabernacle Christian church
( IMMUNK have volunteered as nurses for babies

,.... ,"I didn't know you owned a moor brought to that church this year. Standard Sizes of Standard X4,1
I. car." The young women nay that mothers Varieties'k
I'l don't." do not attend church because their
: "Then why are y.u wearing auto- babies cry and disturb; the services. r r
I inoblle goggles and a duster?" The young women will take charge of
I I"To! keep motorists and other speed all babies and will keep them in

[maniacs from running over me. They room away from the auditorium a'' OfCITRUS j
I think: I'm one of t< em." no disturbance will be caused. : ,,




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"IBodpV$ Urn Tcni" Starts Your Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer 9 _
,. ells you a 60 cent bottle of Dod_'. ,
.. Calomel! lad Y .-" Liver Tone under my personal! money
back guarantee that each spoonful will

,,' Law i Dtj's witLife clean dc! .e of your nasty sluggish calomel liver land' better that It than won't a A full Line of Real Estate. This town will soon have a new station i ir _

make you lick.Dod.on' ;
up your sluggish liver I Feel Liver Tone is real liver
11_, cheerful make your work a .
medicine. You'll know It
l pleal '',be vigorous and lull of ambi-, DeXt'monalug
because will wake feeling fine, 1
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Lion t> take dangeroustoes
/ mo>> nasty .
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your liver will be working headache
it makes sick and
-a yon aDd dizziness stomach will be
lose a day's work sweet and bowels gone .
i I oaiIeI U mercury or Quicksilver G. H. GIBBONS . i _
.h erases *necrosis ol the bones. Liver Tone Is entirely vegetable

s 1 crashes-,iato sour bile like therefore harmless and ean notsalivate.
I.ldlC 1' op. That's when Give it to your children. '
feel hat awful nausea and erampimg.Listen Millions of people are using Dodson'e ( Waverly I Iorida Polk 'County .
'-5: I- to nisi 'If you want to ...JorJ. : Liver Tone instead of daagereus ttatooel ,

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!: 'The" 'Kigsimmee 'Valley,' 'Gazette 1'1 ,Bill'$: aiBje-*yY j: i'rouble' yl :.rxEUNDA' : -TIt "-_APHOftlSMS.: :' , AUVt.'' : "us.. AiIl86ATT'ORMET.' '' .

1 i '' > ?f7BLh8ZD, BVBRT VRrr1AY: ..OVFiC1 n TAIXKT
Osseoco, \ >iuDA.W. ., e" pearea oncmaDy,_in ,dw Denver :News t'n:' c\, no better than the manhood, I eli_. drawn- the 'charter of the ..townFelltmere -
God rwould *et tired arid
quit Judg so as to permit the wo

: B.; ',HARRIS a.d L C..:; YAMS ACMEW ,, -. ,OWNERS rye got a letter pareca. from jpy son away'out,WesAn' .. ing: from :church- attendance ,.heavawont to-vote on all municipal matters
,,<, be overly crowded with men. are submitted 110'''the electorate.
;: my ol heart u heavy a* .an knvil in my breatt.To '
VUBSCBtPTION RATES: On. eopr.'on. ".er______________________.pW think the boy whose future I had proudly' planned I 'don't,jrivVa.rap( : whether yon likemy Vans Agnew a good lawyer ,an
On copy., .Ia n onth..._.._.___.,I.o. On. eopjr, thr.. month.__... ...f.f once preaching: or not. Youlf like it he failed .to find( nythinc' the.stitntion '.
;4 f Should wander from the path of right an' come to ich an end I II if you're, decent and if you desire to to inhibitor prohibit.sudi.
r told him when he left only three'short make other privilege H* consulted other utu
44 All. communication xept from our authorised correspondent. must b. us. year ago people decent, as I am -
- ..*.... Itr till. writer. Hed| find himself a-plowin' in a mighty crooked rowHe'd trying! to do. attorneys and they were unable'te a.
IUJec .d roatt, will net b* returned unle* called (or. The why this provision{ should not. stan
4 miti his fathers counsel, an' his mothers prayer, too. devil's ganawill be up and Mr. Vans ,Agnew holds stock In t'

} (Entered at the Poitofflce In Kleelmmee., Florida a* .*eond-ol*** _Uor.) But he said the farm wa hateful, an' he guessed he'd have to go.I hair dressed, with their faces washed and Fellsmere company and he'believ

,. ,___ _u I know than big temptation for a youngster in the West their journey brushed, while and forty minute members on that this distinction for the town .

5 FRIDAY,, FEBRUARY 26, 1915 But 1 believed our Billy had the courage to resist ; our ice box churches some are getting out of attract many to invest and live the

. .. ._ __ __ .n' An' when he left I warned him o' the ever.waiting snares 'if bed; This gentleman; is a pioneeer In si.

I That lie like hidden in life's pathway everywhere.But The early Christians' eral ways. He drafted the only or
serpents had no literary nance ever drawn, perhaps, regu
Board of Trade Glimmers Bill he promised faithful to be keerful. an'allowed clubs, sewing circles or pink teas in iny. the speed of aircraft and t

He'd build that'd make their churches, at which they ripped height at which they would T
: ,/ That was "some" board of trade meeting. a reputation us mighty proud ; their neighbors soar.
M But it seems as if my counsel sort o' faded from his mind. up the back. was when Vans Agnew was city ,

1 ,), Every little and every big booster was there. Wearing their best smile too. And now the boy's in trouble the very wustut kind. God" can shake any old city as a dogxhnk was torney of Kissimmee. The ordinal),
s a rat, if the church people duly presented and give a'firreading
His letters come so seldom that I somehow sort o' know'dThai will only get together behind the in the town council, but ha
of them
f suggestions were many most good. Billy was aIrampin'on a mighty rocky road. evangelist.I've ing been inspired in a facetious hum

"* Jl. C. Stanford hit the nail on the head when he said "Lay aside prejudice -, But never once imagined he would bow my head in shame often wondered why some socall..d it town was of not put upon passage: But i t
13 An' in the dust'd waller his ol' daddy's honored name. Christians leave God's clover Kissimmee gained an I lute
: and come together to devise ways to make the town grow. national reputation and Lawyer Van
He writes from out in Denver, an' the story's mighty short. patches and go up the all?y and chew I Agnew has a fat book

IJ I Rev. S. W. Lawler has the foresight of our pioneer forefathers. They I ;just can't tell his mother it'd break her poor ol* heart ; rags with the devil's billy goat. ed largely of clippings scrap from compo Frenc

; ; believed in themselves they set their faces towards the setting sun to develop An' so I reckoned parson, you might break the DeWS to her church Take and a stranger you'll freeze into him the to average death. German and Italian papers concerni!*

:'s r, empire beyond the Rockies. Brother Lawler sees a future empire right here, Balls in the legislature ; but he doesn't say what fur. Church members are not having the this that remarkable the ordinance law-for had been it went 0
and we are inclined to agree with him. I e spirit of God in their hearts, don't Thus Attorney Vane Agnew has son
know how to welcome a stranger. of the
7' One of the that bulkheading the lake front would be attributes of the showman wise
speakers pointed out VentilationStrange You can't pray "Thy kingdomcome it comes tq conceiving advertising
the very thing that would develop the city. Me stated that the minute the ," and then sit down at some ideas, but he is in fact a serious-mi

first shovelful of earth wa moved- that very minute all real estate values in isn't it, how afraid of fresh air Home Floridians are ? Go bridge whist party or look at God ed person who has done much iced

Y;, the city would begin to soar skyward. This is true and there isn't,* Kissimmee into a crowded street car in almost any Florida city on a crisp, snappy through the bottom of a beer mug. rectly for the development of FlorI
h citizen who denies it. day-the kind of a day when a normally healthy man or woman is glad to What surprises me i is that God is Many of the editorials appearing;
be alive--and notice how it smells. The accumulation of bad air, air that doing as well as He is with the bunch Flonda journals and many of t

S. B. Aullman wants a second railroad--is certain that the town can has been breathed over and over again laden with all kinds of disease he has to work with. plans fathered by others for proJrNI
germs-it's enough to nauseate you and it probably does, unless you make Do you know what a decollate emanated from the fertile brain J
get it Why not? We can get most-anything we go after, if we go after it your speedy escape.Go gown is? It is a dress with a collar P. A. Vans Agnew. Florida is fo

v, hard enough. So let's get busy. into any one of a hundred or a thousahd or ten thousand Florida around your waist. tunate in having such a citizen*

bedroom in the early morning and it smells "stuffy," clone and unheatlhfuland Red whiskey and Christians don't Orlando ReporterStar.OUR .
tai H. A. Hunter made a suggestion which should be put into effect at once. it is all these, and more. It's a menace to health yet hundreds and .the same skin together.

He said the city should plant flowering vines to cover street poles, the water thousands of Floridians especially negroes, believe they would be inviting J'II give you hell enough before you NATIONAL CURSE.

tank and other unsightly places about town. The writer remembers some death if they slept within a hundred feet of an opening* during the' cooler I get through. I'll\ give you all the -4--
hell in the Bible. The Lord it Every nation has its curse.
half of the put
R' California cities where all vacant lot are sowed in wild flowers and at certain year.
there and if don't like it Ours
fix it is the
In every place where a dozen or twenty persons are gathered, the ; you overworked credit ayst
+ times of the year there are acres of all kinds of flowers to greet the eyes of I chances are that one or more is afflicted with tuberculosis or some other I up with the Lord not me. tern as applied to the ordinary expen

visitor Does it make an impression upon a visitor? Well everybody who communicable disease. It may be in the early stages but none the less Society takes no note of that young ditures of life, and especially to '

has ever visited southern California always remembers it with a longing to dangerous. In every assemblage some one is likely to cough and that means girl keeping company with that good- table.If .

return and see more of the wonderful flower-land. Plant more flowers more the contamination of the air, the air you are breathing with the germs ofuberculoels fro-nothing fellow. Society takes no every business and professional '
."... of a cold or of some lung or throat affection. note of that young fellow drinking at man in this community were asked at,,
shrubbery, more climbing vines to soften the straight bare telephone and light There is danger in a crowd of persons gathered in any enclosed room, their banquets. It waits until she is to whether he would rather sell for:
pole and the effect will times. on the road to maternity and he is cash at considerable discount '"
repay many no matter how spacious it may be. There is danger in a crowd closely I price, '
packed together out of doors and even under the open sky of heaven it is a ragged, maudlin, staggering drunk- or continue the credit system we bas
We suggest that this is a good chance for the civic club to join with the safer to move away from the person who is coughing and spitting on the ard and then slams the door in their lieVe the vote would be unanimous lay'

board of trade in beautifying the tawn. ground at your feet. faces favor of cash and reduce profit! *'*. '

Fresh air, uncontaminated air, is the worst enemy to the spread of "Suppose every moral leper in this The credit system is a nuisance. It !
N. C. Bryan's statement that he -id-inlroduce;; a bill to give Kissimmee tuberculosis. It is the most efficient' cure for this disease when it has not city were compelled and impelled togo is a national curse, a community

u a commission form of government appeared to please the crowd. We also progressed too far, and the doctors use it unlimitedly] in the treatment of down the street shouting' 'Unclean! curse if you please. r7
Unclean Wherever
Suppose the credit system pra-Z
f"" want to commend him for his promise to support the bill to do away with pneumonia.The average closed street car contains a supply of air sufficient for one moral leper were compelled\ to make vails there you will find the usual/

the Florida buzzards. The buzzards must go. Its a most unpleasant sight to person for four *>r five minutes. Fifty or sixty passengers use it up in a a revelation to his wife and every number of slow-pays and genuine"'
see a beautiful home or a church building covered with dozens of roosting, few seconds. wife were forced to make a full revel dead-beats. .

filthy buzzards. If they were ever of service to the state that time is long The air in an average sized bedroom, occupied by two persons, shouldbe ation to her husband Gee, butwouldn't The merchant pays for his good ,
the divorce lawyers be busy! and in turn someone must I him
j since past. changed once every four or five minutes. The schoolroom in which thirtyto pay >
t should I guess there are church pillars 'He cannot live OTI wind hope, or ex
fifty pupils are seated, have a constant stream of air from out of
(01 here today, or, as someone said, "pil- pectations.! It is a case of "no ca.1t..1
doors passing through it. The same is true of a church, theater or assemblyroom.
2 Senator Donegan's suggestion for a "tourist's hall"should not be for .* lar shams" Yes, I'll\ be there. There no live." M

!'r'. I19tt n. Get a room for tourists with the secretary of the board of trade in Fresh air doesn't contain disease germs, and no one "catche 'cold" fromit. are a lot of you going as straight to Every merchant who extends credit:P

,,wi j charga to register them and give such information a* they may desire. There It's the germ and not the draft of air that brings the cold and if this hell as the bird flies. loses gets taken in by the deadheads. Her<
f l' should be fitted with affliction follows to a stream of the outside! atmosphere God Almighty enjoys a little fun not only his profits, but the cost'of :
j m up a display of Osceola county products! writing annoying exposure sometimes. That's the reason he made his goods as well. t/;,' ,
!1.f desk, table and games for the amusement of visitors. It is because the germ was in the system already. :The danger from exhaustedor monkeys and parrots and donkeysand And what then does he do ? Jutk/1
bad air is infinitely greater than from a draft.
''f't" The sleeping porch, where one i ie exposed to out door and some of you. what you or any other sensible pI'1'" '
I In electing H. C. Stanford president the members of the board displayed God Almighty has no double stand- would do,-raises the prices suffiy \
only from mosquitoes and rain, is the ideal resting place for
protected weary
:i + good judgment. Stanford has been here for knows the and the ard to pawn. Neither should youlave. on his wares to protect him a 118
humanity. the
;. years people More and more value of an unrestricted supply of uncontaminated such losses. And the who '
askis man
Girls when to pay'
t : county, and is one of the original old-time boosters. In addition to this he is'rt fresh air in unlimited quantities, is being appreciated and used, not his wife, ask him a man three questions you : his own bills pays the bills of th'J5

a hard,.worker for the Rood 'of the city. With a man of Mr. Stanford's only as a preventive of disease but as a medicine for reliveing disease 'Do v you believe I am virtuous? Have dead-beat. >" t(

experience at the helm Kissimmee i.i assured of a big prosperous year. conditions and even as a cure in the primary stages of throat and lung you jived as virtuously as you ask of If a person can pay at the end of. ,
"r troubles. No day or night in Florida is so cold or so wet or so windy as to tt would
'rt me ? If I had lived and done as you very thirty days require but
tiring danger from breathing air that nature may happen to be furnishingat
;< J. F. O'Berry said something when he stated that hides have done, would you be standing hereasking little retrenchment and sacrifice to en sable
we paid freight) on that particular time. And really, there is no perfectly good excuse for hand in ?" him to reach the point where heh :'
'r going north and then paid it a second time on shoes coming south. There is any Floridian to die excepting from old age. God: has my marked marriage out the name path can pay cash where he goes. '
P 1 'I lv,-rhialthv person Htmuld haat leant KOO ruble frt of air sine If
no good reason why we should not have a tannery right here. Of course we nlr I If t? I" If |pi pun .I.OHIl cull fret per hour |><-i i h.-ixl In nrrded A I..TMIMIIn for both men and wom n. Away with When the merchant carries your account ,
,j .'f" will never have factories unless the city and the local I residents offer some hi-alth breathi-s from eighteen to twenty llmi-s per minute, which is thirty the hellish doctrine of a double standard he virtually lends you his moneyand ,
.. .. cubic liu-hes to each normal respiration. this should not be. The bank lathe
t inducement<<; to bring industries her. All/ cities that have factories offer free I of living in this twentieth cen
. . _ proper place for such transaetions.
------------- It makes difference
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u -------- ----- tury. no whether
site, free water, tree taxation for a number of and sometimes-the boards /" i 4'
; the one who sins wears a plug or
((4 .of trade subscribe a certain amount of .lock. It costs something to get f fac- 44440 GOOD ROADS COMING.Just petticoat By paying cash for his JlO II( the f

toncbut" they are worth it. The payroll city it the where times : -<0-- Young fellow, your sister has as dealer can get a substantiar count "
t are LKTTKIIH; TO THE KIHTOR v predicted several weeks from this
a* we She the wholesaler and
good right to live as have.
ftlwiiy Rood you
a 0 0 ago the "Committee of Fourteen" selected has as right to walk up the count, coupled with th*''saving of dis"I"I
". O OOO O OO O.OOO.OOOOOOWIIAT at the good roads mass meet- street with good wad of tobacco in her usual dead-beat losseA! would

\ > 'Witl1'Hventy good booster inside the board of trade there i i. no good IS NEEDED ing to harmonize all section of the mouth as- a have. Your wife has material reduction in the cost of sup. '. I
't :you
reason-why big thing should not be accomplished. Of course the only'way FOR KISSIMMEE district and decide on the amount to as good a right to line up before a bar plies. But he can hardly stand the ''i

c i after it and after it until be expended in the proposed Improve- and fill her skin with the hog-gut strain of a cash transaction hi..elf .J:
f.ft f. we ever get anything-anytime- to go keep we ment of roads, met at Malabar last up while he is extending: from thirty to-

, get it. This point wa brought out forcefully by a number of the speakers Editor Valley Gazette: Thursday evening. The committee not you do, as is you have.fellow looking (in ninety days' credit to Dick Tom and '
There '
and its a simple leison. We all know it. The real needs of the city are many only met, but it got together as it face who many if his a wife did what he Harry, and all of the little I{arrYB.
and it is hoped that we can supply a were and done business. What this my the Prices are high in this community, i
f i The portion of them. However, there is committee done appears on another retiring president J. D. Woodbeck, and secretary, J. W. Prenlis. de- of the courts for a divorce. Man has cut I
indifference on the part gen- of this of the in sections
an Times.A other of the
issue are
page country -
the thanks of all citizens for the work did for the for his a pathway below that .
serve good they town duringthe eral public as far as I have been ableto bond issue of $150,000 was de own use The wail is heard in every city .I
past year. Its no small job to look after the many details of the board thus far follow the trend of things. sifted upon. This amount represents standard marked 1 by God but he and insists and hamlet and the volume is exceedingly -

and they retire with the good will of all the people. You suggest what can be done and about rixty cents an acre on the total that his wife keep to the old great. eR

a a eDo they agree but what move is needed number 01 acres in the district, not higher one. for and "Give us relief. ," is the cry.
God has not path
toward doing it? The Progressiveclub counting any of the ImprovE'mentsthereon one you "Give yourself relief," we To ,
another for her. say.
succeed in getting a dock pavilion or the increased value that
It Today Yes' and what about some of you a great extent the remedy is in your
l { and practically a new dock to replace will i.ccrue to all lands> benefitted by own hands.Some ,

Longfellow could take a worthies piece of paper and write a poem on the one which for four and years the the improved roads. women What? hinders revivals? It is'ntthe of you are wedded to the mail

it and make it worth $65.000-lhal's genius. There are some men who could'' last vas two an eyesore years a to dangerous the town proposi- The far as Kissimmee practicable road to start will with be ,builtas and dirty, vile hellish, cursing, corrupt order two oft'ere habit because and there you-get but a cent or '

4 write a few words on a piece of paper and make it worth $8,000,0000 I tion to pass over. Now it is completed at soon as the drainage is completed, sewerage contemptible saloon gang isn't back in the freight. you payIt

capital. The United States can take an ounce and a quarter of godl) and I and everyone says what a good the bridge across the St. Johns will be alone ; it isn't the licentious it's the; it Is your credit good with the mail
district -
the quarrels
,l make it worth $20 that's money. A mechanic can take material worth $5 I I thing it is. On Sunday last over 1,000 I constructed and the road completed to red-lighted and selfishness of; God's people. order concern ? Not in a thousand

and make it into watch springs worth $1.000Ihal's skill. There is a man I hour people' of visited the sam"will and find almost strangers any the wset line of the rounty.' It behooves 0 God; pity you If I didn't\( have years.Do .
day this
you I us from time on to keepin \ hand cash
i in Chicago who can take a fifty cent piece of canvas, paint a picture on it, enjoying themselves at the pavilion. touch with OSI') ,*o'la county, and see enough religion in me to stop quarreling you goods over? your You bet uLinvL

and make it worth $1,000 that's art.! A-Greek can take an article worth This pavilion cost $300,00: and there is I i', that there is no misunderstandingabout i and stay stopped, I'd get it or you --get and your you keep what you, every get .

seventy-five cents and sell it for $1 that's business. A woman could purchaes still due on same $125.00. Many p..o.pIp j I Isubst'ription the road in that county being: qUit] the .church.- ----a----- whether it stings or not. ,

kr a hat for seventy-five cents but prefers one worth $27 .that's foolishness. A'' who were called upon for when a $1.00 built to connect with our road at the \* K n'n.\T tllMII T 0 STAY... You expect your home merchant, I

ditch digger handles several tons of earth for $1.50 that's labor. The promised same they | proper time.Kissimmee. ... her who extend you credit and carries
a day- saw any work done and others said and St. Cloud \Vrltlm b, M. J. II. Hull upon
account to
papers indefinitely make
r author of this can write a check for $9,000.000. but it wouldn't be worth a they would donate later on. It is nowa I please take note. We want you to return lit from Tampa the tWo <;nni nrllln relrbrntlon your same prices on goods he, guarantees the

?I1 dime-that's rough. There are people who will tell you that other Florida completed fact and as the membersof boost with us.---Melbourne Times. that the mail order man makes on
; the club worked hard to completeit .... -- wandered down to Tampa.Grrat goods he does not guarantee and on' ",

subscription they now feel it their duty to see SOUR GRAPES. And w Tampa<- found.on n the matchless lint city which he demands his pound of fiese''lin
it paid for and to this end a committee --<0 -- But wo didn't. want io stay advance.
zi'' of the club will take up the matter Kissimmee is. up to her old tricksto ,, hotel Is this fair? Is it just to the homeV(
\\'f visit TampA Bay
next week. They hope the public will draw public attention to that sec Rut Knullsh InnirunKican't ronMvinscription merchant, or even in yourself? a ,
A Question For the City CouncilA and do appreciate their efforts and I, tion. The latest is a well of natural [ of It... t>.."Utl"M Now, why can't the people of thiscommunity '
those who have not given their dollar I gas. There are a number of natural And wi- didn't want to stay.We get together with _
number of citizens have called our attention to the fact that the cost will now cheerfully do so. Those who gas plants around Kissimmee and you mot the lovely p<>oj>]<> tradesmen and inaugurate a strictly"the. ':

S ? of illuminating the city streets is paid for by the users of electric lights or power. quickly responded at our first call we don't have to bore for them.-Baker So courteous. kind and, sky, : cash system in every line of business ri'

j These citizens seem to think that the cost of street lights should be assessed know will surely be glad to add a County Standard. Hut Rpvi-lcd didn't. In want their to hospitality etay.V ; 'Why can't we stamp out the credit/",
ft1 against the general fund for the that this little more so we can sifuare up the 4444404444M curseT-The Plant City
reason would put the cost where it account. Please rest assured this is \\ took In Jasparllla., ,
c*', belongs-against the whole people regardless of whether used electric 4 The great day I"t by day. _
they nllt\
no begging committee but one that 00 FOURTEEN TIMES AS MUCH And feasted. on ,' ;.. - - -----i
lights, or not. Surely, every property owner, regardless of whether he uses feels it 'is doing and has done a great 00 WAR AS PEACE IN HISTORY > Fut wo didn't want to MIR)'. : I

electric current or not, receives the benefit and protection of street lights benefit to every.citizen in town and 00 Paris.-The Temps .omment00 We visited the Treat h1rAnd >
v at night. that has in view many very Inexpensive 4 of 4 torpedo boats that lay
ing on the action the recent
needed that will Along' : beside the city
f As it is now the consumers of electrical power to the city a good features greatly 00 socialist congress in London, 4 Hut we didn't want to tay. ;\t
pay add greatly to the comfort of visitors. 1' \
b profit (last 00 warns people against the idea 4 Went to Semlnole heights and Sulphur '. ,
t year $5,694.87)), and also pay the additional cost of city street Respectfully yours, :
4 that war can be abolished. It Springs,
lighting. KISSIMMEK PROGRESSIVE CLUB 00 : On the white shell road one day rt' '. ,

This appears to be an injustice to the users of city current and the city F. R. Lincoln President. 00 says"Statistics show that from Rv Rut courtesy we didn't of want a gentleman to Btax- .. ,

council should look into the merits of the case and if the above is found to be WE WOULDN'T CALLIT 00 149R B. C. to 18B1 A. D., there 00- Flags firework an** electric iights I ','L IE. ,
'a true, should take to the of 4 were 227 years of peace and 300, I
measures equalize cost city lights. WRANGLINGThe a r ,
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wt' 00 130 years of war that is, one the crowd of .
e -4- 00- year of peace to fourteen years 4 people s
Starke Telegraph and Lake Hut we didn't want to stay. i
Jersey Swine In the South Butler Times is now holding a heated 00 00 of war. 4* We washed In the Gulf of Mexico !

argument''over the county printing of When we sailed o'er the beautiful bay;
rP A yt0 i Bradford county. The Kiisimmee Val- .OOOOO.O .. And feathered up the shells from the'

If the northern and western farmers believe that the "ra=orbatk" hog ley Gazette and George Washington The sea elephant uses its! trunk to But we seashore didn't want to stay.

'4r f wN represent the south they will be entitled to one more' guess after reading Andrew Jackson: Triplett, of the Saint seize its prey and transfer food to its! So we traveled back again

i the following from the New of Leigh ton, Alabama Cloud Tribune, also wrangle over the mouth just aa does Lets, brother. which one dear. delightful ddft.y.
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\.killed one a few day ago that pulled the scales to 550 pound This it the Q More fire occur In London 'on Sun ssimmee yllk a, picture book.
Suffragists! claim the credit of electing day than any other day of the week, By lake trotopekallga,
f largest hog lha baa bean sported to The is the breed io. .
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beautifulSong .
Du.-.c..J.-.e1.- i life alone-Ilk a
Y' ", / United StateqSenator'Curtis!!; ; lnKansas. and "Anfruft and December are theAremen'e .:. VANS I"ACNEW.A, t: yYalfey
,of the. bo.. hog, killed.I .""- . -' J V'.' .--.- .. ., -.-_ b1l81e.t'montb. ' '
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Fiftem women to every hundred Ornamenting Spring Oewna. To clean collars on men' coat, Blue of many abac ..:win be worn. '.. ,
men I Minneapolis. earn their living with ammonia In the spring '
SAVE SOULS sponge water first,, 'if.,
WORK . . ,
TO TO by lab< I " 'II then finish with alcohol. s.. r. t'
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Miaori has over 60,000 women Leather chair seats or book back coming ..eaeon.'I.' \'. : +

Elgin Texas.-Firm In the conviction worker) of whom about 10,000 live can be brightened by rubbing them . a 4' '," c
Wide tucks a* trimming are coming ,
i I f home. >
that a dream that she had a few away with white of eggs. into favor. '
FOR C. *
nights ago was a vision from heaven I FASHION * .' 1

telling her that she must not marry I , > > ii I i : Apprcimately| the 6,200 women factories are employed of Save the lids of large lard tins and There are no radical change*'in corset '
tBII > In garment "
but that she must consecrate her life put knobs on them-they will make lines. q
to the saving of souls Miss EthelDell Fabrics of This Kind Popu Indiana good covers for pots and pans. C. ., K
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Sowell, of this town Is about lar For the Season's Frocks. . The military note continue .to m--, \'( '
to enter Baylor University, a Baptist Mrs. I. J. Clinton, of Portland. Ore., Old hair brushes which have become fluence women' dire... P w ,
I is cons red an expert on card filing '
institution at Waco, to preparefor ; r ptE soft may be made stiff and firm if The Turkish skirt promise to lie N

mission work in foreign fields. system e a dipped in a strong solution of alum. come popular. '
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.It was the night before the day set Fran( has eighteen women inspec- . '
.. A well padded ironing board is a Each month miner' 'Q
that Miss Sowell had bring with It a ,
for her wedding tors ofjibor, while Austria has five labor ?
saver and Turkish toweling is skirt. .
the remarkable dream crowd and of It relatives was 1 and Beium)( one.* one of the best materials to pad with. CC. ,;. t71..
before the assembled f e e The coat dress i i. at present1 the-'r'''
and friends In the BaptiSt | Worm often do farm work in "
very wl yt Screw eyes placed in the tops of smartest and most practical)' affair
gathered to witness the Swedenvhile their husbands sit back ,
church here, the I 5 I handles of brooms, brushes and mops, worn. af"
to make her srrke. I .
ceremony that was I that .f :""
so they be hooks
wife of Krnest Byars, that Miss Sow- C in closet will may show hung on On a few of the new skirt the hem- ': ; -,,,

.>ll announced In trembling words her If N4 York state grants equal suffrage ment a of cleaning utensils.a neater arrange- are stiffened: ,f,t"k". Y ,yM

decision not to marry. I8r1y 8,000,000( women will M r ,- ,,1

night I had a dream," she share l ithe franchise.. Stains
"Last ; C . on blankets and other wool.engoods
said "so clear It was like a vision, be removed mixture,
flag may by a
Misslern Hobbs been
and I am not going to marry. I a mnber of the Oregon state appointed in-- of equal parts of glycerine and yolkof ACT QUICKLY\
be terrible
It would a
dreamt that egg. Spread the mixture over the 1
commission at sal _
dustrianccident a .
mistake to listen to what the selfish Ys stain, leave it half an hour and then
in has been wanting. I was ary of {1,000 a.yer. x ,'s wash the article '
neart me e a* usual Delay Ha Been Dangerous 1Kiaaimmee. ,

told by a voice that went throughand Mrs.homas A. Edison is about the CC M '_ c, i

through me that my life must only p.on In the world who can give When the lamp wick is too large for Do the right thing at the tight '
to bringing light; to the Ignorant the burner and does time. '
be given orders i her famous husband and he not turn up read-
and darkened. Oh I know alway&ides by what she says. $ ' ily drawing a few threads from the Act quickly in time of danger J n v

God spoke to m... lie calls me to * e middle of the wick, instead of cutting In time of kidney danger Doaa' ?

the missionary field. I will not mar- The Toman's Legislative down the sides is more satisfactory, Kidney Pills are most effective '- \ i Ii' ,

ry and I am going at once to a cchool recentlvoted down eugenics congress, but as it keeps the wick from raveling. Plenty of Kissi/nmee evidence'-of.' V< 'i
the gospel and their worth. ', ,' ..u
to prepare to spread other measures, including e ,l
make Christians of those who do notbelieve. passeirveral anight-hour day for workingwome Chinese gloss starch Is made of two J. D. Dillard Kmmett 8U Klsm-; ..:' .j 't

." tablespoons raw starch and one table- mee, says: "About three years ago I .ot. '

In front of her sat her affianced aIn spoonful borax dissolved in one and 'Was laid up for eleven month.with, ". 'q ;, ,

Kmest Byars who, when he realizedthe mark the widow of a public one-half cups water. Garments are sciatic rheumatism and the phycidan / .::1. ,

meaning of the girl's; words, schoo a..her is entitled to a pensionof dipped in this, rolled tightly and left attending me, said the trouble wa*' rl1, k1!

bowed his boyish head In grief. She r Ir on ghth of her husband's average a few hours in a dry cloth before I brought on by disordered kidney. I, . L."
wav..r..d.apparl'ntly was in about .. bad shape a* anyone ,
looked at him for a moment salarjuring the last five years of ironing. f
In her determination. Slip s his ole. t b' M could be. I had taken almost every", > ti '
voice: C To remove stains from knife handles kind of medicine the doctor had prey' r
repeated in a low MAnna( Hrennan Austria's only m and also to keep the ivory from scribed, but didn't get good result: tiflfl '
"I cannot marry -now. I taking Doan' M' t
finally began
womlawyer, recently tried her first turning yellow, rub the handles well Kidney
Later Mr Tlyars said he would case'earing' a white dress with the %, with a cut lemon; afterward wash, well Pills and I noticed their good effect ;

study for the ministry He has not blacbe of the professional barrister in soap and water, and dry immed- right away. I used in all about'.ix > ,,
given; up hope of winning Miss Sowell\ it. ately. This removes the stains and boxes and I now feei'.rer *o much) +; 1
I (tr better. I recommend Doan'. Kidney. .? ;' i "I'
lo his viewsWOMAN'S -k * If.Tnn keeps the ivory a good color.
Pills what they have 1 ,
---- J. Tjornsland. admitt.ingph.Jiln e C willlng'r.for ,
; VOTE IN:'/ ITALY. After washing oilcloth and linoleum done for me. ,. "- v P'r
I at the Bellevue hospital in '
BTBITKL SILK OOWK. >e sure to dry it properly. If left Price 50c at all dealer Don't Ira-. '
will have the Ne 'ork, has the honor of being it will and ply ask for kidney remedy get . ., ,! '
That Italian women damp speedily rot, finally a \rspT .1t
A linndMome nfteruuon frock of blue tlwjr|< t woman to, hold such a high SPRING LINOKI11K I>HF8 S. d
the next parliament -I is Doan'-the that Mr. Dillard ''I .
vote given them by I become totally spoiled. It a great) same 4 y
in that institution. .
is the opinion of Signer halva- nod while Mr'.ped:.. pussy willow taffetalit po '.n * C The b'n.,, -!IT motif Is used effpctlvely mistake to use too much water for had. Fonter-Milburn Co., Prop., Buf-. .. '. '. ;. v ,

tor Karelia, a member of the Italian llluHlruled hvrv. riany European countries the In the tI..e".lol uf ninny of theniixlcls washing it. The cloth should merelyhe falo, N. Y. ,, ; M V

house of deputies for over twenty The liodii-e. cut on I Isle: \kilns mud folded woi are striving to better the con- ahead for siuiu, ""ul Hummer wrung out and passed over the surface '. .

, years, and one of the most influential Into pliill-t:' extends Into n pointed div of marriage which now rob The pretty frock of while" <'u' < voile ..\ - :

'npn in Italian politics. hip' yoke, 11..1011" ill I the wiilx! line by a thimen of property, children and here Illustrated) In embellished: wIll! a s look- i t1P t I

*. fo the question asked him by a cording of the lull terlnl. Suspenders, of petal rights and give all the di- bond embroidered deHlgu lu l>utlerfl.! .... Brown be shoes entirely that are renewed shabby in Gutters t 'k.
of theAtlantic to the husband. In rig can ap- ,
visitor from this side the taffeta are developed Into a gathered vo privileges ,
woman and "l'ro 1111. The skirt! has the smart by being blackened. .."
whether there had with tubs the Ei the mother of the khedive has pearance :,
as to fiarlucollor over orjized Woman's Educational yoke shirred In this case. There" a should be. rubbed well with a 'Mouldlnj I .
men a
demand among
been any general extension of the shoulders. A tucked and frilled gulmi leI in an attempt to spread knowl- high frllleu collar, with a velvet band and gone over with a little soap and -

for the enormous making; it of cream daphne silk la worn. The e .
suffrage a few years ago straight lu front, flares In Then while still Picket* .
said "Almost none; the short skirt land by women for education ; in of black velvet ribbon. polish as possible. 'I.
universal, he : not prepared to the back, the bottom being corded to Tfcy, an attempt to unveil; in India somewhat wet; Jy should be painted r i J.- e

masses exercise of it them wisely were, but the best way to Insure firmness !trying demand for a free choice WOMEN IN BUSINJBSS. with shoemaker'k, *nk.: Three coats of b A AA AAA(\ ',.' .r'k,:":. ,
to1 it to them." bandB. I this should be applied, after which fOUR
prepare them was qufckly. "are the boots should be ..:>,rked and pol- ",,:.
you Worry About Work Doesn't P.yln the
"Then. I asked :E COUPLES WED 'shed. .. .
of BAMBOO EFFECTS. .._ : ..
the majority Loalr' ,
to wait until (' '
going BY '
women ask for it before you grant Business women frequently allow TRAPPED ;,.J!.,

ItT" "No," he said, smiling. "Parlia- Outing Hats In Thi. New. and Pretty. O.-An unusual wed- their responsibilities to weigh too They were quarrelling "Well, yon'

ment will confer it on them in the Straw Prove Aoosptable. was solemnized on farm near heavily' upon them They do not for- an't say I ran after yousal.T the

same spirit of Justice and generosity Lacquered straw In bamboo effect when two sisters and a brother, get their care, but take them home, wife. '
i I We hare already nly children of the of Mr discuss them at the dinner table, take "Neither does .-*.-
to a* It did on men. has been popular for mldseaon bat, family a mousetrap run a
formed committee of sixty deputies and Its acceptability for rough and i tfrs. Thomas Joseph, were united them to bed and once more they are ter the mice, but It catches 'em Just PICKETS ARE OUT' Jon
who will heard at the breakfast table.It .
I chairman, larriage to life mates of theire. "
of which am the same, replied hubby. '
"Will I it ready outing bat cannot be gainsaidIlln is small wonder that business y )
about. "1
bring this the bet fence In town becan
'Work to ** <
come soon?" I said. "Not through trated here 1* a model of brown Ie; triple wedding is the culminaof eventually drives them and the family KEEP IT HANDY FOR RHEUMA they look best and wear beet. la y y
to the of tense and much I
answered, "which courtshios Deirun when the point nerves TISM.
this parliament, he P fact this applies to all our Lumberand
to but it is .. people were schoolmates; unhappiness. n'
has four more years ,, No use to squirm and wince and ,
The brain should not be robbed of .r
the next one will grantIt. ,..' : / were Raymond Joseph aged will '
probable that : to wear out your Rheumatism. It
." "Whether it is conservative or and Maude Marie Jones, aged its peace, especially at night for nothing wear you out instead. Apply some BUILDING MATERIAL ., of
off its finer edge
wears more
liberal?" "Yes; it will doubtless be Ig ; Howard G. Brown, aged than which Sloan' Liniment. Need not rub )jt in To buy anything In these line ,
quickly naturally
limited at first to women of education, '- .. ;I, and Hazel Mae Joseph, insomnia.worry, -just let it penetrate all through the I without obtaining our price will r e f: '
property owners and those in trade or ......., ..-- ''" t I twenty-two; James Lee Patten encourages Every effort should be made to Indulge affected parts, relieve the soreness mean not only a lois In money bata , I
/ I and Erma Eldorn
, business of various kinds and grad- ':1' twenty-one, in outdoor diversions active and and draw the pain. You get ease at loss In the Quality a* well, to you t a

, ually extended." aged nineteen. passive so as to suit one's needs and once and feel so much better you wantto Any good carpenter will endorse thin ,a 2e''

This does not seem so unfair to A POTATO RACE. moods. go right out and tell other suffer +, i Td
been here long enoughto ; hours of office work and ers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of
those who have Kit ten medium sized potatoes in a Long
understand the general status of I for each contestant and about household labor should be followed by Sloan' Liniment for 26 cents of any

Italian women, which is extremely rnty feet away from each pile a periods of play, mental or physical relaxation druggist and have it in the house May Lumber Co
to against Colds, Sore and Swollen
backward in many ways compared |. Provide each contestant with ahpoon which serve as a balance
Europe. Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail
in northern wheel. is sometimes due
of women and let all Depression
that a given signal
to the ments. Your back if not satisfied H. R. May, Manager.
drawbacks money
little exercise. Few
also other to too physical ,
There are rt to transfer the potatoes to the almost instant
but it does
movement. people suffer from fatigue where the give Phone 21 Klirtlmmee. Via. '
suffrage (.. The potatoes are not to be relief. Buy a bottle to-day.
jched with either hand. The conjlant circulation is normally active. ,

ROMANTIC MARRIAGE who gets the ten potatoes into __ _n _ _
ON i pan is winner. The larger the po- YEARS TO WIN BRIDE C. A. CARSON President-- N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

Elkton, Md.-Married on Crumpton joes selected the greater the skill Wabash Ind.-Ten years ago Verne i
-.bridge at night with lantern bearers Entries may be limited ton II. Roberts and Miss Marguerite Mc- \
instead of the usual attendants, was women, girls under twelve and I Nutt obtained a marriage license here.

the romantic experience of Miss .. ... on.--Country Gentleman. I The ceremony was arraigned to be The Waters & r, >k-
and Joshua Walls. held in the evening, but before the Carson t
Emma Hessey
They were willing to be married conventionally OLDS; & LaGRIPPF' ? appointed hour the couple disagreedand p ,yY. s 1C,

but a misunderstandingof the wedding was declared off.

the law prevented. auraL BPBJNO BAT. 15 or O doses GOO will break Roberts left the city, and since has ;

bridegroom had obtained a license bamboo of Chills & Fever Coldr traveled almost around the world. A
The lacquered straw, woven In I case
Grocery Company
in Kent county but, when they ? few weeks ago he returned to Wabash i *.
la modification it acts the live
irwsed the bridge to Queen Anne : feet. The shape a ty LaGrippe; on : and again met Miss McNutt. Their V.-

io to wed, they were told they the ever popular sailor the parr than Calomel and does no; courtship was renewed and Roberts

nut nty wed in the county where the crown drooping to one side and flarl or sicken. Price 25c. again proposed and was accepted. 1 ,., ' k ar,

liMise was obtained. Thereupon the upward at the other. The trlmml t .

le accompanied by the ministerall consists of grosgrain ribbon and i I
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walked back ten
:two lantern bearers, flowers.' ,r
to the Kent county end of the bridge Wholesale and B etall Dealer M" i s ys


DRINK PLENTY OF WATER. The immediate cause of insomni GROCERIES f* .s ,

.Jt you would have a clear complex- the presence of too much blood in \%

? "*- Ink plenty of water between brain. The feet go to sleep firs AND WEST f f

,n \and exercise out of doors every use a hot water bag or a soaps -- ",-'

'ci first of all to see if you cannot i "Dixie "Dixie Limited "
the mem- Flyer, _ . . ... ... ... r'a
h water stimulates the blood to the extremities or . . . . . . .... ,. ,

1In. of! the stomach, and hot water the feet in hot mustard water jus "Scnuaole Limited" Si -
I so but must no WE SELL: W BUTT l
fore retiring, you "Sontfc Atlantic Limited" ,'
swaltapidly. e ix
than t
is better this too often.If HAY ....
and when the taste of mustard "Moatfomery Route" HIDES '
1oh of very nervous put a : : ;.it r
=e 110 r I. unpalatable a pinch ter on the back of the neck. v via GRAIN. t
swig dash of lemon J juice will ImI little one already prepared an. 1 FURS. .a ,' I y
A A pinch of soda with the I at the drug tore for five cents FERTILIZERS. . 't Nri rh,'

ce i* even better. are nice for this purpose. 0 Atlantic Coast Line WOOL I
+ _I habit of heath but t J! the simplest and usually an ear, SHINGLES .' .,..
the .
_Iy improve method is to place a hot water Ion
wUl Svi It. Water and milk are the tomach. Never use I ORANGE: BOXES, j AND .1 I ICOUNTET '.

botCjVgx>od to keep the kidney, They deaden, but. do not. beat I; Standard Railroad! of tne SoatfcPaDnun ,
.,..n; ,
; HIS POIGNANT GIUEFl can JackienvflU to Okaje, St. Leci. (Qrt-i., Lads. ,
TUTE FOR BUTTER. viD* ladiaaapefia dcnlaid and iatentediata paint- / CKATK8: i
r' for butter : :ino i\{ lr
'Ol ell U' a substitute "What on earth are you beUI| .

1* :tw\ OJ* for the deJiciou flavor ao hard for, Freddie" Dining wed Obiervatien can. / CRATB NAT1 U IL' .; f.

of UDy trench and Italian who axperlmetitiSTn dUbe- Daddy' whipped me." Far Tkketo and hf omatiM cell sa Atlantic Cast UM JlckatAf \To'M., ", .. ., .,.JI.:.___,M'1"qI.
: houaewife butter substitute "Well, What. If he did .. ..... ... ....... ........, '...,....M, "'k.rife ,r'N { ',,)

M a been whipped before and ,t c .2k' ; -,. .

'TaDtaa In coos.sdi that not it=bur's baa many lag alon grief.doean't",,. call for- such 'A. WW. FRROT, D. lr. J. G. KIRXLAND, D. r. A, vile w welt Aeld awed cariMi'aattitie...totW of"alb e ki.Is.1 Ttimtiai 4UnUta. cwfttaf'lv

ly H-apd therefore doe .not '. . PtM lf.' *' w
a 'It also .'But Ia. .-.-w..whl'DecI m y r *vWHI + t'tItt1.
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; (Matti. Belle Harris Editor) Father Fex, of Orlando, will
come to Kissimmee Saturday, Febru (Continued from Page OnL) SPRING SHOES
ary 27. Instructions and' confessions

.. Request is made to all patrons of tie Valley Gazette to tend Item at 7:30: p. m. Mass Sunday morningat one of ten to subscribe the nee ssury t.
8 a. m. Other services will be announced fund for the work provided Mrlup'| A:::
of society event to the Editor for publication in tho column
r at mass. During the season fer of the hardware firm, woul con 5 We make a specially of catering to men and women who wish to
1 of Kent there will be devotions. at the sent. Mr. Lupfer was in the hill and k wear the latest in Pumps and Oxfords.X .

r IA' "I'I'I'IOIOIOIO'OIOIO. , IOI 'O. + church Wednesday Friday and Sun- stated that he was willing t< hear
day evening at 7:30:: p. m. the corner rounded off. Mr. iLnteialpo MEN'S ENGLISH OXFORDS.We .
AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE.The and Mrs A. Dlewndorf.. of St. Cloud ; * IiCIIHISTIAN .
American Woman's league Mrs. Hilda Brady W. H. Leavllt, Mr. I CHURCH Sl'NDAY: vines urged and shrubbery the city to to plant improi-tin .rlllj tin have just I received a swell line of Men's English Oxfords, come

holds Its regular monthly meeting and Mrs W. P. Early M. A I.eavitt. SCHOOL WOR.KKKS HEll Jo; appearance of the city. I in black and Ian, straight lace, and /all sizes.
Monday, March 1, at the Chapter T. McCutcheon, K. I I. Yocum, L. M.Mc'utcneon j' Y $4 00
value .
$4.50 only
I Mr Frank Jones, the Southeaster- Bryan to Introduce Hi They are regular ; our price
House at 3 m. Mr and Mrs.. J. II. ; r.
p. I I Keadltt. Mr. and Mrs.. Will Snow Bible School secretary of the Christian W. B. Makinson. thought tn weexcessive > r. Alto a beaur.ful I line of Ladies' Pumps in all leathers and sues

ST. JOHNS (ill I Ml. Hr. and Mrs. J. Snout Mr. and Mr.1 church, was a r"'ent'I"tor, in the muniripJ jl"Hll'd that 111' citysell ;i Ask to see them. i
St. John's guild of the Episcopal Peter. MoCutclK-on.' Mr and Mrs. W. i city, and held a conference with the its light and v.ilc'iplants .
church will meet at the home of Mrs.. I M. Christian, church last Sunday morning, and use the mOI"'V'o. orhnlld..d
Mllar and family of St ("oilil. .
afternoon : its indebtedness. i iRfpr ; The Family Shoe Store
B. C. Anstead next Tuesday Mr.. SusieJlenn' of Went' Virginia. Sunday afternoon nnd Monday night .. 1.1'ntutve.e.I..t
March 2 3 o'clock. All theladies His work is. of I order and 1 N. ( I Iry.r, I : ;
/ of the churchat are cordially Paulino, Iliircliiy.I Mr and Mrs. M. O.XVe ( I. was a great benefit a very to the/ Bible, school' did l not agree with Mr. ..Makin-o,. ]1/|, |I.1" J. W. HARRIS, Manager In tire Dann building
I .s and family. Visa MHO Yoruin.Messrs. .
vited to attend. in-I I interest. I said hut Mr :Makinson( was : ................ .............. .. . .. .. .
: . .. ., .. .
., )Ben Fox, Walter Campbell.1 I CCCl'IIitlS7'IAN in his statement that the I nllltk''j'< : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : :-: :-; : ; :-; :-: :-:-: : ; : :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-<< ->

CIIURCII FOOD SALE. Frank Hryan. and Jarrell George and, I : CHI KCII. water plants were not p"y"' u .
The ladies of the Episcopal church 1l"nllan'o'unl.. hitions, that the city's public uht", "
I )Rev. Chisholm will I
rNI preach> Sun.lnyI
guild will hold another sale of home- 444SOIIDERSBEARDF.N. had paid expenses and more moih IM. I .............,.................................... . .. ..
cooked dainties at the La Mode Mil- I, morning. at the Christian church on month and that it would be ah-e.n[ : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..: .:..:.: :..:.:..: ;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.. :-
{ the subject of "The Beginning of theChurch.
linery shop on Broadway Saturday afternoon A surprise wedding of the week wan. ." lie will speak Sunday, nighton mistake to sell them. In speakg! ofhomeseekers t
from 3 until 5 o'clock. the marriage of Miss Margerie Belle] Mr. Bryan saidthat, 'r' THE SMALLEST
of Christ.
. Bearden to Mr. S. S. Souders, which Coming* * they had the wrong idea about FHda. :z:
PAINTING CLUB. was celebrated in Orlando Monday that many of them came herewith .1.
A Mrs. G. C. Livingston was the hostess morning at the EPISCOPAL ('II L'RCII. little money expecting to make living ;of
of the Painting club Wednesday I Dr. J. T. Stagg officiating.Presbyterian The cere- Sunday next is the, second Sundayin from the soil right from thekart.:: American WatchMADE
Lent. Services will be as follows: .t
He insisted
morning; at her home on Clyde ave- mony was witnessed by Miss Grace that settlers shot) be
nue. The morning was spent pleas-- Nelson]. and Mr. A. E. Bearden, brotherof Holy communion K a. m.: Sunday informed that they must have Hugh '1.
antly In paintnig, after which a dainty the bride, who accompanied her toOrlal'Qjo school, 10 a. m.; and morning prayer money to carry them through t frat
and sermon at 11 a. m. There will before to Floru
luncheon was served.COLONIAL where Mr. Souders wasawaitlnR" year coming to
004 them. I be evening prayer and sermon at 7 p. make a living out of the soil Mr.Bryan's .
The affair
PARTY. was kept m. W. H. BALL, that .
statement h ex ted
The t dies' Aid of the Presbyterian bride's an absolute mother secret and, those no one accompany save the *Priest* in Charge. to introduce a bill at Tallahasl\ ,iv I I JUST RIGHT FOR MY LADY I
church colonial party Monday Kissimmee
gave a ing the bride-elect to Orlando having ing a commission f* of
in celebration of Washing LAYMEN'S MEETING.The .
evening with
government was greeted ters
been told the real reason for the visit
ton' birthday at the home of Rev. there. next laymen's service will beheld and other expressions of ap val.
k.s and Mrs. Witherspoon on Church at the Methodist church Sunday The statement that he woi'] I Iso t
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.C.
atreet. 444. V. Bearden of this city, and is a afternoon at 3 o'clock and will be conducted support the bill to kill off the F Ida t ALSO SOMETHING NEW IN
with I by Reverend Lockhart, who buzzards met also with appro
charming lady
DANCE. young many will no doubt give us an interestingtalk. Need Tanneries and Kactori
entertained friends. She was married in a mod- I
The Kissimmee Golf club -
J. F. stated that wh
i Thursday evening with a dance at ish traveling suit after of the dark blue silk and the I'I Everyone. is cordially invited to this was not O'Berry a resident of the citjthm he I J Wrist Watches
the club house. This is the first of a immediately ceremony
children attended the sehoo
i service, believing that you will be ma- city ndhe
couple left for a visit in Washington,
in the
aeries of dances to be given
interested |
terially benefited. We want all themen was greatly in thepl-
D. C., enroute to Pittsburg, Pa., where
future. About twenty-five couples -
near I and boys of Kissimmee to become fare of the city and county. Hi .a
enjoyed the evening. After the they will make their home. Mr. interested. in this splendid work if that Kissimmee needs a ta (
dance program dainty refreshmentswere ders has but recently accepted a sou-I I which has a tendency to lead to a and shoe factory. Thousands. of s :::

aerved. tion in that city as advertising deeper spiritual life and the upbuilding -, are shipped out of the county y :z:
.4 4 ager for a large department of the Kingdom of God here on'' year, we paying the freight to :r. Cole Co.
PYTHIAN I SISTERS. 444.Sl1RPI1ISE I earth. I them north and again the second f Jewelry
i.. Mra. T. W. Ellis, Mrs. Alfred Done- l'Ainy. Come and 1 spend one short hour withus when we buy the finished shoes.. Jo.O'Berry .
and Mrs. V. R. Ellis were hostesses I
Bran Sisters at their One of the most pleasant social and you will receive a blessing.W. . concluded by stating k 26
of the Pythlan Broadway
1 events of the Ktatson. was a surprise H. JONES, Chairman. with the prohibitive express r 1.

regular In monthly the lodge meeting rooms.Thursday"yenlnl' The party given for Rev. and Mrs. M. A. I 444 now in force that it was impossible .......;..:..;..:..:........ .................. .... ..
: ..
"'., ... decorated with Chisholm last Thursday evening "February FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. growers in this section to raise. a. : : :-:-: : : : : : ; : : :-: : : : :-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:-.
.- rooms were tastefuly 18, at the home of Mrs.. S. B. and expect to get a profit from t _
ferns and cut flowers, carrying out the The preaching Service will begin at
labor that the
Aultman, it being their fifth wedding ; express company grlied
color scheme of pink and green. This 11 a. m. and at 7 p. m. At the morn- in
Rev. and Mrs. Chisholm, everything sight.
i*' the first time they have used the his anniversary.mother and little Valera Chisholmwere ing hour Dr. Holt, the pastor Will .1. W. I'rentis related the hi -

diningroom, which has recently invited to Mrs. Aultman's to 6 speak on "They had all thinjc' eom- the board of trade, what it had d 1.
added to the lodge rooms. Dellcreffeshments mon." Rev. Mr. I.ockha will preach
for the and asked the
and while
o'clock dinner, they were
of a salad course, the dining room the members of the at night. Everybody invited to at- decide whether it wanted the
.If" and cake served. tend, and especially wel-
4 r .were. church gathered in the parlors. Great corned. .gers of trade continued. The vote to h Notice
it continue its work almost
their surprise\ when they heard was
animous and of those
the strains of the wedding march, seventy
Five Hundred ..
members of the SKATERS MASQUERADE.The .
signed i their names on the board re.
I club were delightfully entertained played by Mill Mills, and two little 1
I H. N. flower girls Madge,; and Eunice River, skaters' masquerade and band Inter.
,. L a Tuesday I concert' the rink W. J. carried the meeting to all of
Bois and Miss Bay byre. home of carrying lovely boquets of rose' -' appeared at Wednesday night Fripp patrons the Parlor Market: To avoid confusion the of
f proved the most affair storm when he stated that some t\ name
the former on West Vine street. Those and preceded Mr. arMrs.. enjoyable of The Parlor Market bas been
fN J I weeks he read article in t changed to
the The an
were Mrs. Katz, Miss Powell, Chisholm into the parlor. i ,I season. large attendance together ago
present Mrs. Over- The members of the hv.-ch presented with the spirit of revelry evinced Valley (i8ette regarding civic pri
Miss Dixon
Mrs. Powell ,
.4 wr them with two love'1'(chairs and the by the maskers, made the event one and why hack yards should be ke
street' Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Livingston,
? a of the' lurch to be talked of Tor time clean! and ended by saying that tValley I
I' Mrs. Bandy, Mrs. Clark, Miss Turville young girls presentedlittle some among '
azette back yard tl I
and ''Mrs.1 I Pilley. The first prize, abeautif I Valera ChirMm a chair. The the young people of the city. was The Sanitary Market
worst in the city. Whereupon t
late, was won house was ta :fciully decorated with Mr. Percy Williams and Miss Cox
res. Bandy an r.. Overstreatreceived I cat flowers r d the graceful bamboos. won the couple, prize. Mr. Williams audience had a hearty laugh at t

Ij the consol.tlo>niri&e., a hand Refreshmr ts of punch and cake were,i I as a clown, in black and white suit, expense said that of the the board Gazette.ought have Fri and from thi. dt all I| statements will bear that name.

.painted pin tray.: : 'Af te\ '-De. card,1..rved'IJ' I. with high peaked hat and grotesque woman's committee to keep the ::o. eaw'
The olIowing\ was rendere' face. Mia Cox as a gipsy maid, in
delicious refreshnrtmts were K program
games : clean. He also that
: : Dr. Rivera black, red and yellow. urged city se Thi. will also] notify
,, of
served. :: Congratulations crage should not go into the lake h patrons the Parlor Market that all bills
4 is I f in behalf of the members; Du- Miss Marie Huddleston captured the made since
January 1
should be rid of in 1915
gotten a mo are due and
PICNIC AND FISh FR'Last -nd's Conoert Waltz, played by Miss individual prize for best lady costume. sanitary manner and that all hole payable to
Sunday a number of the'relll- Mills] ; reading "Mirandy on Long Engagements She appeared on the scene as an In- should be filled in they breed -' - -
as mos
dents of Fowler's Park joined In a I ," Mrs. George Parker; dian maid and was much admired by The --
picnic and fish fry given at the Park graphophone selection, Ave Maria; all. quitocs.Among other speakers of the evening |' Sanitary Market

I clubhouse in honor of Mr. and Mrs.J. (I piano number, Miss Mills; recitation o Mr. Chas. Breaker in a rich }Mack were .J. M. Lee Senator Uonegan

Snow who have recently movedto Gussie Winn ; song Tell Me the Old, suit and .cloak with silvery stars, II. E. Bailey Paul Weaver, Lewis M. Goodman, proprietor, and further thai the
that neighborhood vto make their Old Story, Miss Mills; readings That plumed hat and knee buckles came as O'Bryan, W. (:. Hankins and Saul only for debts named i. respoD.ible -
home. The picnic dinner was servedon Old Sweetheart of Mine, Aux Italians Prince of Darkness. or night and was Ragsdale. contracted by the market since thai date.

the club house veranda and those Miss DuPre; graphophone, II Trova- awarded the prize for best gent's cos- Board to Pay Secretary

l li npoylng the occasion were: Mr. tore. tume. H. C. Stanford made a motion that

,: the secretary be paid $25 a month for
the first two months, after that the M.
salary to be increased to $50 a month. GOODMAN ProprietorCALL

This. carried.Lewis ,
If'' O'Bryan made a motion that 'PHONE
a committee of throe be appointed l to
select a secretary for the board and The only meal shop in the city riving tickets for the Auto Contest
report at the next meeting. The chair at t the Casino.

appointed N. C. Bryan I'aul Weaver
i f and Sam Ragsdale.
A II. C. Stanford was then elected 1
Royal president. of the board for the coming;,

year. lie thanked the members for !, .
h( the honor conferred upon him and
.; I asked for the loyal support of all the

: board.
I Everything considered the mass
Foodfurnished I meeting was one of the best ever held
t...t' in the city, and mealy shows what1'I Stanford's Stanford's
can be done if all agree that it shouldbe
done With seventy live boosters) )!
enrolled<1 who will contribute liberallyto I
1. by I King Corn to hungry millions. the support of the board l big things

will be planned and carried out dui-

(: That's ing the coming year. IMPORTANTNNOUNCEMENT
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Post Toastics I .

The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs

.; R. J. Journigan, who died at their
'.' ".,) home in Wauchula Tuesday morningat I
r' ; .oiyf 6 o'clock, was brought here for ;

.,!. ', .""" Choice bits of White Indian corn, perfectly burial. Funeral services were held

,' <-' <. .; cooked and toasted-crisp, fragrant and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.morning Rull Bass at the with home Dr. A.of I \ On account of the scarcity ofmoney ..- -

delicious.A J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist church, this
wonderfully department
s in charge, and interment followed in store has J

tI -... Rose Hill cemetery. f
t is brother of Mrs.
f Mr. Journigan a
.food that towers like the Royal Palm Rull Bass and the child's remainswere Cut
Y brought here because other The Pricery
t above near-foods of the ordinary breakfast members of the family are buried



body of Daniel Correll, who
: Smacking good, morning noon or night, died in Orlando Monday, was brought article in the store. Don't fail to take advantage
here and prepared for shipment by this bg reduction.
w Price
s xs r'( t ::: with milk cream or fruit juices. Undertaker J. W. Thompson to his and are cut to rock bottom.

old home in Marion, Ia. you can save money by coming
.k Mr. Correll with his wife, had been here
')k ) .4 ;.4 J. ii i site s come ready toreat In visiting in Kissimjraec for soma timeaa NOW.
', the truest of his son, Floyd Correll
kCt. Afresh-healed at the corner of Clyde avenue andBryan TODAY AND
4., t street ,. Let week he had a GET A REAL BA aA N
t'1t f 'fronrthe. factory toyou; * i A M Q > r ? stroke of paralysis and was sent to a '
ors Frtt Jf i '? in Orlando for but ;, .
'i tt' hospital
i, eIT B' e) t{ iwbA.k+VI"> Alry' Va Itq, 7 treatment. :
( suffered +
iNAdFX M f I'ff' .
-IT: GPoi v PostToasttes:,+u anothera'nd died *Monddayn $

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I ,ItjJ 1mt WSIDEE VALLEY GAZETTE First door. north postofflce. you will i er-lax- tones up the system .TATBNBMT.\ Jj'BAPTIST LADIES:' -t:--CountyDemonstration:.. Agent" B.' B... .

(T.I.pbose No. 11.) find biggest bargains ever offered in stim tes the liver to work In bar Made under section IS. chapter 6999 \ Evans Is at home again after spendiMf' 7
.' the cityf,. F.. H. .Law. n. mony ith the other organs. Guaran law. or Florida showing the amountof ,. The Ladies' Missionaryewclety of Monday and Tuesday in Winter Havel,.

< Publisbed Every Friday Byw. W. Crawford and Judge G. F. teed sj 'give, satisfaction Osceol O.ola taxes charred Bounty,to Florida' the tax to collectorof b. collected the Baptl.t church will hold their week and.Bartow, attending a meeting or"./,;

B. UARRI. 4. 11Io c\;\. VANS AGNEW Parker were in DeLand looking after Pha c1"" io-4t for the current' year,' 1)14. and of prayer for home missions next the agents of southern Florida and' l
LI[ the apaortlonment of the Bam to the week beginning Tuesday; March 2. visiting garden and truck gardens in :. "
matters last week. w
legal .W C. Miller
of .
the U. S. A., several( funds for which taxes have The Ant meeting will be at Mr*. Ceo.get' that section. ... .
... . ...t... ..... .. .. .. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ransom, of Kansas visit in the city last week as the burn levied. on Tuesday;. the second at Mrs at Edgewater and Wednesday Narcoosee. ; t S.
sues f Mr. and Mrs. ;J. R., ,
were among the ont-of-state..visi Lieverant Pherigo. .t C..tT ..... Holt's on Thursday and the third at ;.
Weather tors to arrive this week. Miller has been transferred Revenue- Mrs. Hall's on Thursday. All after- eel 1
Report UJ the Philippines and will leave To amount assessed ...___-_UIU8,14 noon meetings begin at 3 o'clock and 1";;';
Thos. I.. Hopkins, Jr., and Lawton she..y to take up his duties there. Amount collected 1.141.8 after the business session Thursday asocial Udall KanH. C, Hall, farmer, unearthed ""r: 'l4 i

Brown nesday, here of St.on Augustine business., -spent Wed- J.., O'Berry left Sunday night for Balance to be collected _nu_1 t.Ttl.Sl will be held a petrified human ,skull on\ -'t, .

Following are daily tem- McIoItk, Neb., where he went to In- General School Fund- his farm near here. Experts say,It S is, '
Mrs. B. B. Simpson is visiting in sP 'a large stock farm. On his re- To amount aaaeceed _________140.011.60 WOMAN WEDDED TO I :';,
peratures and precipitation Miami with relatives, while! recuper- tune will stop off in St. Louis to Amount collected __--____*.___ 6.6J8.J7\ PRIEST SEEKS DECREE more than 10,000 years old;:, ./ i

as reported by Government ating from a recent operation.Mr. lod after some business matters, ex- Balance to be collected ______II4.4IS.1I Pittsburg.-An-echo of the (
station at Kissimmee for the Pet ig to be home sensational -
and Mrs. D. C. Thompson and again in about County Road- marriage oi the Rev. M. M. PaintOr Not

week ending February6: little daughter: of St. Cloud, visited teidsys.I To Amount amount collected aas..ailed.____________ISS.8R8.48.881.48 Sweeney, formerly priest of St. James \ ,

Friday __ _ __70 60 relatives in the city Tuesday. I!,I Henry Goodrich, a lumber mer -- nn I Roman Catholic church and Christian Is a horse worth" more or less after .,' 1

Saturday _ __ _73 60 John Fish jr., who has been spending ch' 0f Durand, Wis., is visiting his Valance to b.. collected ______J9.56.97 Moran, was heard in the court whenit feed g'1
bnihr\ Wm. Goodrich, on Carson nve- Fines. and Forfeiture was learned that Mrs. Sweeney had Hay and oats are bleb today; ball..
Sunday __ _ _74 51 some time here, left this week to x
To amount naaeHHHil _ filed suit for
nlLii Mr. Goodrich has $ 2.$3403 a divorce.
( trdveled all nh wall today and feed him tomorrow?
__ __ _70 55 join his father in Washington. C. Amount collected 886.96\
Monday ore 1he United States and thinks thetrtda nnn appellant says she was marriedto That's how men do about palatine 4 y y

Tuesday _ __ _66 60 .30 Don't forget we appreciate your > climate is unexcelled by any lialnnco to be collected _n_ -I Z.4SV07( Father Sweeney on ;January 28, their houses and barns and fences. ;
hu nie"s. Don't forget to call phone othl.. California /1914, but that she never lived with
i. Wednesday - _78 61 i even "Spi'ClHl Publicity Fund- Paint has been high for Mveral
No. 245. To amount nnnt'MNfd . _$ 2.251 08 him and briefly that the
( marriage
Thursday -- _ _68 47 i I IOOOOOoooo.oooo ? R. Dennis, the Shingle Creek Amount collected _n_ .hU_ ____--- 3K5 96 be declared prays null and void, be- years; and so they hare waited.Some,
i There will be a Fanny Crosby' sots ant, was looking after busines cause she "forced are still\ waiting 't ,t
service at the Presbyterian church rs in the city Wednesday. Mr. Italanre to bo collected ______I 2.488.07 marrying was him." and coerced Into Their property drops a 'jlfl a year: I "M 7

90d41PTt1E Sunday night, beginning at 7 o'clock. D..lIis set out a grove of three hun- !Sub-School' ] DlKlrlrt 1 No. 1- and the next Job of paint creep. up, 1 t

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I '1 I II : Liv-ver-lax is purely vegetable.Just ht1 citrus fruit trees the first of, Amount To amount collected assessed hU_______$ 1.8H4 D3346nnlsncv $ Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, who have creeps-up, creeps-up; It'll take nor, '

what need to tone your fAjpuary, which he states are all liv- : nnn been spending the winter here left a paint by a gallon a year; they don't y'

LOCAL FIELDAek system. Ask you Osoola Pharmacy.up 10-4t iarjnd beginning to bud out. i to be collected __uu t 95087 few days ago for their home in Penn- save a cent, and the property goes-OB 4

I i lit, and Mrs. Albert Malchert Sub-School!' m.t. No. 2- sylvania. They plan to return in Sep- suffering. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boykin, of Hamlet of; To amount assessed. 0000' 405 H21 tember, to be here through the win- DEYOE.I .
City, Minn., who in this ______
were Amount collected
N. C. the : 6K.77
are visiting in city as ---- -- ter also I II ). B. Maklnsqp Co. sells
of Mr. Mrs. H. C. Stanford.A. . rocently en route to Tampa and -
guests and ? llalnnrv to be collected _ I 83706 I I
( h - $
stopped over here Sat-
- 1"t G
for Reed's label bread. A. Catlett and George Catlett, Willy and Sunday. They left Monday Hub-Srliool!' I>l8t. IM. 3- ,
of Murfreesboro Tenn. the f TCI amount AnpeARed --_--_ J- _$ 1.46716 .
are among 1oI5j[De] Land to visit relatives, after Amount collticted __ 40.68\
Joe Clark, of Plant City, spent Mon- tourists visiting in the city this week. wllih they will return to their north- Uh OOO 0004000000000'ooooooO.O 'O.O O'. '... !
day in the city. Balance to be collected _
Liv ver-lax stimulates the liver. A Bit,)iome. I -- -$ 1.426 63

Mr. Roy Harmon is ill at his home harmless vegetable c nrr>wund. Any I W. J. Maltrun and son of Reavpr To"Sub I Itmmmt"School 1 Pint.ARfteAHed No.4_-__ _ $ 1 !93S 36 JI

on Park street. I 1 child can take it safely. Ask Osceola 104tZ. I II8ek Mis, Pa., arrived in the .citY-I last Amount collected huh h_ 13320 I An invitation to all Kissimmee Ladies to attend 1 1"" 1'
to time
Pharmacy. spend some at the Gray-
Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud, Hilnnce: to be collecte l UhU' 1,800.16
They off this
wa here Monday.Mr. R. Custer, of Bradford, Pa., hat I itoae. are week down |; I our opening on *
ftaf' river on a fishing trip, accom- Sub School mat No 6-- t1 1

and Mr*. Fenell, of Rosalie, been here with this the week expectation inspecting of grove buy,')Mtied by John Magaw, of Heaver I I I Tl Amount MinOUtll collected AAHCHHed_ _-U- __u h__8 21601 47 2RUulanre ,, )y
spent Sunday in the city. property FlOs, who is also spending the win- ,
ing. !tefr>Bt the Graystone. ] to be collected h__ _8 16S 76 Tuesday March Second "
See our bargain; best ever beenoffered. I .
and Mn '
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith t Sub School Dint No. 6- I
F. H. Iawflon. J. K. Smith, Tennessee, were tourIst Barry W. Meetch, accompanied by To amount amipKAed '' $ 33398'! If '
at the Manhattan thii kip father, W. B. Meetch and his sis- :I' Amount collected ._- -----C 1663 A Touch of Smartness "t
Dr. W. L. Winn made a business guests
tJ Mm. Frain, returned to the city .
trip to Orlando Tuesday. week. Tuesday night to spend the remainder i, Itulanre to l I.. rfillectid {91716 \

Edgar Katz and E. C. rhjsenberry Get rid of the gr nch. Liv-ver-lu ofjthe season. Mrs. W. B. Meetch,1 I -- ------ I Distinguishes every Hat in our Attractive

spent Sunday in Lakeland. makes the fun shine "brighter. Osceola wfco was carried to her home in Har- | Healdsburg. Cal.-A remarkable .,
Pharmacy will tell you about Liv-vw- riaburg Pa., in a special train about I| fall from the heavens of meteoric floss Display of f'
Oo. F Parker spent Wednesday in lax. 10-lt tup weeks ago; died shortly after took place here recently. The floss
Tampa on legal business.J. machine that city.JMr. I
Judge A. W. Sargent has r..turned// ranged in size from tiny specks to

A. Rlackwell, of St. Cloud, was in I to his home in Avwn lark, after a visit and Mrs. I.. S. Sponson, Mr. I i sheets twenty feet square. Exclusive Millinery
town on business this week. here with his daughter Miss Manm, lad Mrs.. O. C. Mc(1eary and Mr and

For citrus trees F. H. Sargent.Miss )b-a. J. Watson winter visitors I IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS
see Lawson. hPl'el Suit*- Wai.t.- >ress.* ''I -
next door to postoffice. 51-tf Hilda Meyers and her amt, leift last Saturday on a two weeks FEVERISH CONSTIPATED
N/at and camping trip down the Kis-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carson Mrs. P. F Meyer, left for Iowa after,njrnmee river, across Lake Okeecho-
spending a couple of months at !the Look Mother! If tongue Ie! coated Which for
on February !9, a girl. and through canals to Fort Lau- are now ready your inspection. ,
P. J. Meyers home. cleanse little bowel. with" "Cali-
rdalc, thence to Miami. They char-
Born to Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Carson,
Wednesday night, a daughter. Liv-ver-lax ic; harmless-not a dud-/ the Lorendo" for the trip and fornia Syrup of Figs." u
? ly poison like calomel. Any chiN n fd;: was in charge of Ellie Crow. I eal
W. H. Brokaw with Gritting Brothers safe and happy by the use of I
Iiv''I'r-/I .
C. A. Carson
the tree peoplo. 40-tf lax has had as his I Mothers can rest easy after giving |
I fjfuest this week Ws brother, J. JCarand "California Syrup of Figs," because ina I
C. M Mallett. of Orlando, spent Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Vaughan and ion, a cousin, J. C. Bryan, both few hours all the clogged-up waste, I

,.- Monday in the city on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Vaughan, ofDe-/*f Reynolds, Ga. Mr. Careen arid Mr. sour bile and fermenting food gent Jl-a011ode
Mrs. W. L. Winn left this week fora troit, aye tourists registered at the ryan are farmers and are much in- moves out of the bowels, and you havea l ,1
Manhattan this -week. rested in the and
visit with relatives in Ohio. farming cattle de- well, playful child agin. .
elopment of this section. While here
Judge and Mrs. G. F Parker. Ifsaer: Sick children needn't be coaxed to
5/ or 6 doses 666 will break any case icy have visted the Carson cattle
Helen Jones and Elizabeth Parker take this harmless "fruit laxative."
of Fever or Chills. Price, 26 cents. and various other interesting ,
their guest: Mr. J. A. Huffman laces in the county.Mr. Millions of mothers keep it handy because -
Mr. Eugene McCreary, of Lakeland Cored to Orlando last week. they know its action on the ; .

spent Sunday with friends here.S. Wake liver. A lazj liver and Mrs. Elbert Sharp, of stomach, liver and bowels Is prompt ... aaa>a e 0009000000 oooooo OOOO OOOOOOO..O.O..
up your -
W. Lackey, of Davenport, Fla., bring on the -wwrst of diseases fake .itchf eld, 111., who are residing at{I and sure ':-:'<- present on Carson { .
spent Wednesday here on business. Liv-ver-lax now. Osceola Phanncv the avenue, entertained I Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot __..4 -'
following friends last Sun- ---- --
e104t tic of "California Syrup of Flg ,
Cypress field boxes for sal-! cheap. Hay: Henry Yowell and family of I which can tab""- directions for babies- The Place Where You Always: Save Money .' ,
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29tfJ. Don't forget our market is __tary. Verona street formerly of Litchfield, children of all and for ;
Don't forget we the best. Don'tforR'et .in. Wm. J. Fuller of Litchfield ages grown '
carry ; who
;J. Whidden, of Fort Meade, was you don't have to pay thttreditl i is stopping at the Westfall hotel, and ups.POLITICAL The ,FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKETWhy
transacting business here '
Tuesday.J. fzllow's\ bill. Fair I ,
Play Marks Mr. .and Mrs. Henry Brooks of Rose ANNOUNCEMENTS.. 4

T. Burris, of St. Cloud, was a Miss Lenord Fortner is horri.e ln| Hill, Jasper county, 111., who are win- 1 _ ,' ,
business vistor in the city Monday. after spending -several weeks it New tering at their own cottage on Brack FOR MAIISHAI AND TAX EM J e h.
I'' You get bread that is bread when Symrna in comrrany with heirf o4- street Tn announcing myself a candidate before .
you buy Reed's label bread.G. mother, Mrs. Pike, of Eagle Isk&. i iNo.nef'd Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilbur, of the city democratic, white prlrn- 'I:
Tremplean, Wis., arrived in thp cry, for the office of miirphal and tax
E. Parker, of Plant City, spent for calomel with iti nmoie- 'this week city I. ill. rtor of KfHHlmmi-e. 1 dramto ....-. ,
sting effects. Liv ver-lax is< hffj ill on a prospecting tour. They Ihnl If elected! I will All the positionuithout I h" P ,
Sunday in Kissimme with his parents. k
101 were met here by :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence fear or faa\ or towards any "
its results. Osc ole Pharmaqr.
H. E. Cole spent Tuesday and Wednesday ItunmOl, or Hasseng T, who curried ,lees 0' "rlttzciiM, and. will uphold tin
in Winter Haven on business. Herman and Jarrell YocimWednesday lef them to Tampa for a sightseeing law In i(vi-rv 11.5(1 seciEltIE'.V.. DVKIISTUKKTKIHt ;

for their hon-M" nAthlIII. trip in their, iiuto. On their 10 __
Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Carroll of Nar- .. after spending the wliter h* turn they will visit Mr and Mrs. Hun- \\4-1' MA10II. 1l 3

coosee, were visiting in the city Tues with other members of the funHj.Mr nell at their honu* and then mate a In n-hy announce mym IT AS. n CAndl- tIf _
I trip down the east roust. Mrs. Wil- dittfor. re-,-leetlon lo the office of .
day.J. !Ram> of Narrow, vi
Story bur is ii sister of Mr. Hunncll rind i niiMtir. nf the' city of 1 KlnnlmmiB. BubJi I
A. Cranford, of Jacksonville, i is
ted her Mrs. I DanSnitfc
i daughter, Mr. Wilbur is brothel t to the aetlon of the democratic
a of Mrs. liun-
here on a business trip of several this city, a couple of days rtftnt \\ h II e pritttary4tf 6 I''I I'IINIplj

She was accompanied by bwt daugt nelLMr. ; 11 It MAY
days.Reed's and Mrs. C. I n. '
Carroll and baby ,tl' 1
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label bread is pure, healthyand t Sally. !b
nourishing. Ask for it. Acceptno M. Campbell and W. S C epbeB, left Wednesday morning in their auto t'-OI MAKOII4I.I. AI\U. TAXCOI.LEC'S'Olt.
for Fitzgerald, Ga., where Mr. Carroll ,
other. Minneapolis, and A. Y. Juflwon/ has I herehy! Annf>unc myaelf a. a candidate D f
large realty holdings' and where f
D..troivisit<'d in the city r'i' for re-election to the office of
John R. Edwards. of Tallahasse-, the week as the guet-th of Mrs. H** they will make their home. Fred Bass marshal and tax collector of KlMAlmni yr
spent Wednesday in the city on '' :accompanied them to drive the car .aubject) to the action of thn democratic -
ness. Hun ter. through and will return Monday. Mr. white primary. If again honored -
JUSi-I' L with the office I will do In the
Osceola Pharmacy knowi about and Mrs. Carroll are deservedly pop future aa In the past perform the
Mrs. N. H. Norris spent ver lax. You need it for your nv ular here, where they have lived for duties and obey the laws to the best 3-f
Lakeland as the guest of Mrs. Hattie I 10 tMr. a number of years and their large of my ability : , ,
Logan.!: I circle of friends are loath to see them 4-tf FLOYD TISON. 1 .
and! Mrs. Wm. K.: Barrett leave. Mr. Carroll, however,. retainshis not come here and get the best? d 4

Liv-vcr-lax relieves all ills", of the I Chicago are nt the (Iraystom hj*.\It.' I interest in the turpentine businessof I hereby FOR announce CITY candidacy for Our I ice-box is well stocked with choice quarters, fowls, etc., bought i i
liver and stomach. Get it from Os I eral weeks. They are Tneixl McLean & Carroll and owns considerable r.-.." ('lIon as city councilman with the knowledge that comes from YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. W* a

ceola Pharmacy. 1041Don't I and :Mrs. J. J. Tucker who property in and near this.. city, J.V THOMPSON.KOK know GOOD MEAT when we see it. No matter what kind of meat ti ok t.

their winters here. 811 which will necessitate want, we sell the best at the lowest cash price and .
fail to see our bargain; tables; frequent visits << nothing like it ever before. F.I) I J. K. Milliard and u party 5 here for him. I herehy; announce myBelf; a candi 16 ounces with each and every pound. 1
I...WRon. !Mrs. Williard Mr. and Mm. Tuck S I e for re-flertlon an city councilman Come in Saturday and select your Sunday dinner. ,ry
and Aollrlt the support of the voters atthe
I J. T. Dillon left 'Fuesdayeiabat pthrough .I
Reed's", Home Bakery is clean and lakes) and l riverstoFt 11 s r 1 approaching J prlmarv I). tVOOmiEfK JOE POWERS, No. 12 Darlington,, Ave. ,

sanitary. You get only pure bread, ? and possibly to Tampa. OpportunityTo .
I t. '
4 pi iee and cakes when you call for -- --- -------- .t

Kred'8. I Liv-ver-lax is guaranteed to I re k e "" .JIIII;:>;. TI<_IOC'jZJ.11: : ;:;: ;'/n ,.;M<+L1.r. :r........ .-;,,,,,,,,,, nIf
troubles resulting from. 'disordered ,, Secure Bargain. Mud Sell.
Mrs. Walter Nelson is at home' liver. Pleasant to take *ndper1 y I
again after a visit of several months harmless. Osceola I'hlfll''CY- 1 t I
in the north. Nioe honw in best residence '

Mrs. Nellie Rogero h..Justre section, convenient to business
We have on our bargain tables $3.00 from the eastern narketl' > red e center of KisKimmee."' Make of- AT THE BIG STORE I t
shoes for ninety-eight cents. F. II. the JP
she has been
Lawson. inspectii' fer for six room cottage on corner yD
styles in millinery anJ bDfIn' of Emmett street and Rose

Mrs. Katherine McKelvey has been for the Bon Ton Hat !IIop. avenue. One-third cash, balance -

quite ill this week at her home on Orange it one and two years, 8 per
avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Babrt; Here is a Remarkable Value in Sea Island Cotton
1 'tie son, Clifford, of >P0 i.t' cent interest. \

.1 "Mr. Roy McIIugh, a newspaper man arrived this week to ..pen.tmamder D. G. WAGNER Ht t
of Greenville, S. C., is visiting in the of the seasot w ce'' Gh
city for a few weeks. at the home of Mrs. I'boJDAllO

I t' --- Monday Cash Special
Three dollar and $4.00 shoes cut to

$1.98. Just sold six pairs to one man. ffl i'.
F. H. Lawson.J. .
A. Hunter, of Minneapolis, arriv- -__
ed Wednesday for a several weeks' o

visit in the city. Bette Shoes r Regular Sea Island Cotton 7,1 vv' ;:

Mr. and Mrs. C. Allison, of St. Paul, :

f) Minn., are visiting in this part of Flor-
ida at present. Value '
L10c at -
;John M. Lee and Edgar Katz motored OR

to their groves at Kissimmee
.11 ,
Park Thursday.
Don't fail to take of this big savin.value. There
Liv-ver-lax t 'Better than calomel. advantage money are

I No bad effects. Ask Osceola Phar- 'only 1000 yards at this special price. lU of the best lOc quality and "oJ
[macy. 10-4t 39 inches wide. Yours *FOR ONLY 7c
comes Monday PER YARDDann's , .
W. W. Thompson, of Brunswick, ., 1-
'a?5 it! visiting-in:. the, city as the r i

nest at JT. ,W,.. Th mplIOL I ( e.I IAt ti :
:I: rtmen leStore I
' adss "Nancy Call"Bryan; '
of Jack .c : J'
onvillejts visiting. the dtyrwither I LRIS SHOE CO. ; _
I ] I P ( : ,. 1 ; t
sister Mrs. C. A. Carson.; "
,, "s \ & / M' t' \!:9AME'GdO; !FOR -
Ii"yoarItverlaltlvot: : ,: ;-1reUl4ps q to ; i U *Ate&niobUe! Cotc5 > -. 'ti '.5 ; .'w {iC, Mt' C '-,"'.. d1.' ,- ....<. ', : ,'

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:: I ; CITY GUTTED BY FIRELake Fernandina, Fla.-Willie Williams,

,, , .. THAN MATERIAL SAYS ORLf colored, told some more colored men
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''. l'' '1''I City. Just a/ter'l o'clock Saturday that when he was out hunting Friday !

\; ,, ,\ v''.4 GOES BACK{ -ITt.TAHT HANK IXJOTKD1SY IIOII>-V1' MEN Orlando, Feb. 26.-If( .seeing is believing | paid $2.'Jfi91.44: ; for brick al"d'rollds 1 ra'lr First National morning Bank fire broke building out in in the the ho saw some tracks and a place drag- .,

the citizens and tax payers of i I have l been paid $ 9f for rooms occupied by the Boozer art god over which looked like alligator

t ,mart Kla. Three men entered Orlando have strong: reason. to think freight. Up to February '1'', 'l1umh"r studio and for a short time threatened tracks and that he and D. C. Hum- 4
and KayVhm about the freight: rate I of brick laid was fi', 00.() or the entire
: TOSTATE the Bank of Stuart Tuesday morning building, but the'splendid phrcys and Charlie Bruce followed the
.J; and belt up the cashier| | Th'v took on paving brick, for the auditor's, report about half of the five m'l1ioot dereder ork of the fire department kept the
Y xlmately shows that mole of the bond }, the city to do the \\vor lift er' the dames from spreading and soon had tracks hack of the sand hills and saw
all the HlK'it
'.j ;\ money Jn brandinbliiK Hppr money has been paid for freight' than '1IOMI(, ( ( () }bond, "SMIO (Ih") t,., tlridspent' them extinguished but not until the a man lying down near a .smouldering
$4.111.( ) and escaped, reO (
I ,1' '." 'Miami.-Acocrdinff to the drainage |OTH ( iitl.loll'I they nloifi' | | il| a for brick. of the bund" money had" l laviiiu I." n .studio was practically a total loss, and fire. The man was colored and h-d
4 I,tax book in the office of the clerk of lif a\itomohile and foreetl t the IJUHH'1 As it appears' on the books I the I a balm e of ? "Piton 1 1leasury ( lielilmir the stock of dry foods belonging to on a blue shirt and black trousers and

() 1 ,A A l' the circuit court 9H8 tracts of Ever1 'to :aid them to fHC-apn. fosses al rpursuing (Copelanil-lni, Brick ('0., h" l h 0i i I0 on Jaiuiuy,, I I. II-!' I MeR8rs. Garner brothers on the first rolled over. They thought it might bea
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,, glades land in Dade county have gone the bandits flcor were considerably damaged by convict hiding and were afraid to go
back to the state as. represented by Governor Recommend r-- i w.-iter. The damage will probably closer, but after he left and thought
the board of trustees of the Internal to T I I amount to $5,000 and is only partlycovered about it he came to I the conclusion
fund, through finline, of (;iOVKHNOK:< ASKKI: 7'OlIEU1' by insurance. thai the man might be sick or wounded. -
i TO CATCH. It \ \ I\r)\ :
the drainage Prizes for Child! - i. II. C. McCullouph colored
the purchasers lo pay : Agricultural en ----- Saturday -

ws tax for 1914. Thin represents.t.SKO! () :>;Stuart Fla. Citi/.ens Weil'ietelegraphed
2 Cres of land, which al a conserviitive ( ;lovernor Trammell a-k WOMAN: AND liEn UVERJacksonville. place near the beach on the Amelia
1 value of $ao< un acre IK worth still. aid III apprebeiKlini the lahiiMie I"la Kullowifj up, 'Ii *' I t" the ratb> I'I ,''h', fornlswiulre I City road did, not come horn to his .

Fr . 5 H. '$296,400. Never before, It IK said hiis bank ing lubber re-entlv onerating In mnounceil 11I1'ollOn. to make puhlir the ,ainniint, nf r. "1111' sum .-Mrs. Carrie Pa1m.r,1 family as usual His family ;inquired
the state taken up such an amount, of Heach It 1.Ii..v..cllhi, from time to t .me it number <.f f the 'lii I IK- allow I 'il tote til. fix *vc.inir| : about him but came to the conclusion f fI
,4e. 1'lIlm I county. is I II
yJ% land for taxes, and HUH IK due to the I hand looted the Hank of Stuart.I i I.'Innlulendnlln'" which h*' proti'i' -sto the same' or th'- m.'ii'i'' "' ,.f, Taiy' ,i.-tm [: twenty-eight years old, and Henry thai I it may have been on account of :

i' fact". It ia mid that only six months Mihmit to the legislature, which !! such IHI'"'("-.- ttit'iin' I th}, "< n jrKcforni > Meyer .Lhirty-five years of age are the weather and did not ga to hunt f

t .. J il permitted for redemption of land I I.OUIDA FI.YKK: RAIDED ,.( 'manes 'ill Apr l Governor< ; folk ( 'is il Court l "I'ro' ,ilut.. (I I loth dead as a result of a fatal'I for him until Tuesday when he could .

''on a drainage tux in the stale oft in TKAIN:< 11OI.1)t'1' MKNWashnurton. : Tinnimell' stales that he \vll .ni-iK u i-
"' Florida. 1111111.,1111'011"' upon the following!: I sub- lioromc' mope in, I ;,i ''Iqu (1..1 plias ] street Wednesday night at 11:15: fore they Heard of the story about the ,

t. Z. T. Merrill clerk cif the circuit, I II. C. Officers Satutenrrhe jiMini'e; " \\ 't1)) 1 loo', Pr "tit o'clock. The woman' was killed out- | man whom the hunters saw and be- ,
''' Court, stales. that I lie, has been given dn.; -
G S 'llX ll v-ito understand, although no di'liinte in- robbers who raided the express car of Any pnl-cy \.lm h tends in iirourujrrin I t lie I t HIM"-. 'I lie I,< I-I I I'I tel Ii s own room and shot himself He' loiifrh was missing., Then it was: learned : j
i "V' formation has. come to bun Inertly, the Seaboard, Air' "Flmidi Flyer. ;
' v 'r ,1; that It i is. the pmpose of the board to ." l''ridav night near' Alexandria.The . utnii] <""
yq ;u, .' advertise this land !anil give be I own roliheiK, ,lolled! nn emptyafe l-'lurif' . h' 'tin 1I1I'"l1t..d' I amount' ', 'nfi I riuihl.'i, hr! :a !h.. >' ,,1 l ,Mlle', 'd life. I parties went to look for the place described -

t era a ('han,'.,- to bid] fur" ''I. I then" Iml" "If' the I ,i.u aid' c..1. ) iitithm, !' el-c" i "K h unl. | pMxttti. t io I.IIH! atoll. ,it f Iii i1III i Ira irnt' |ooh, <.i" t\ .1 1 ill I According to George' W. )Dillon, who l,v Willie, Williams about three
4 > 1/ :not to be lIhon the amount, of rnbbeiv, was difoered, as the ( ,1'111'1: it "1(1( pnssih' '' t lit1.-, ft-I, a1'1u! ,ll,,] t U,I ,', < i union 'I'hi I't,ii'iII' II '''M. \ 'I"Ii, hiIj j t I is stopping, at the hotel and was UIIwltn"I miles below the casino bn"k of the
A of d Kit, hlno'iil, pi; 11-" on I' \1'1\< ? iri; "''',: 1.1\\ I .thej!\ taxes and that upon I p.iviiienl\ "enten 1 I" ''al\I I lul \\ '''f't Ili.I I .1' I t toilet' "t tragedy, Meyer was
', 'x.thls and the cost ,,
r.iii.i' in I 1:1.1:I .iMir.iv 1 : \ i inNi I' i n.gInu.' i Ir, .t I I II"* a nilnt" ionv IP.",I\ .11,1! Perry found the dead of McCul-
state will give a quit claim Iced to ,, I Mill' pi 0'I| t -- \ I .I 'III" .ll I lip' lble i Mrs.'' Palmer, according'\ Dillon body
0'HJ1I; I'Ilitla.l'llltl'Silton :' : :- "I i I-- of tin -'ate' will i I'.add" 11 nond .., ,. "I, I ., had been lough.
property. n i- ii t t'' in i ''n I running the hotel for two
I t 11n-I,. t 'in. .i'a "i-incnt \\ lncti, nil ir1 it I I"( 1'1'
u .
Much of the )Holies. I land wlinb, was I h.nt, , -n lo. I' ' i i )Eve or three years, first coming here' from
,, '
i 1I.h 'I' I.1'0"1,1 ts
'I'hr. 'iTi-H-ii tin 'in
i tit n g"\"W
rsl err 1-,1. of. Irhit..1 I I J.! 'I" I II I i nlunibia S. C.
+ 'aoldfor tuxes has host ,rcdei-nicd.. saysr I < I. wli She was formerly
t ..,s. -ioie" tt.le, 'hulrl' 'rr'nd' I ''n it.' "I Inialetl tin 1 "I"| v I t--> uhi !h tinoiK. "I( thcit "
I Mis.
I\" i "ii i I 'is Carrie King.
Mr. MerrillII'dll1' is' lf""I" 'I| that I'I m1.-r i pi ia" :
\allli of \.11'1\ < ( spine Inu.tiutluday the scl, inns tort. adopted, ) I
H"pc LAutoTops'22'0ua
'l : ,;: av,list of that will lie si'nl I to him to IIlghl. Iht' liurKlais go I suggr.-l" t the wisdom of legislationInlite iiuhl I 1 l.i'. MI, i ILK' ;I' .1 1 .1 I IMi 'p!dill$ Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. (George, brother f-.1Y f
be checked l o.T: t.- lumKheie.. t' ', ,, :a".lh.'I.I i , \1'I ' I IIldbJ and sister of Mrs. Palmer, arrived
eiuicte-1, hu h \\iuilil a il'i-x; l itt
| IIiubh \\
: ,, 1"1' h. .
1.0 i ; >
P' .1 atI \ 10'' nlili'}, 'lo "i-11 I a Ii.. .n n'i WitCin hole this
morning from "
< At the cxpiinlion; ' of -ix mouths after , tl II f t-ov en d Tht( 1, ,tool.rotobrli t he county con,mil- 110011.1.'f' the. \II ., .. Kernandma '
fs. '!! i 1\ w one to,. t Inu iii' 'II It Tl." "ii' ll |1111| to take chafe of the dead woman'sbody. Cushion Slips "S up
u, ;: the time of the public) sale, of the'a t were, (Caldhlrl's:: t Nil o I : They It -
G land the who lors not ; lu' ,. In fewf owner "tl'I Collie'
)pow ,
h of| \f 11\ andntift .. ., .. '
'liunl j:1.:: .IMMI' v.,1 |to \ 'nupl0Iird' '' iin.l, I Ir. III il.i.\ 'ninat-J S. C., the former horn of the made to order I
13 lair ,baser of Ih1kud hairh. latter
bm bind. \
taxes loses : the stale contests
I : pun ) .Iatiilt" \ 'otitl- t idll'hiiMil. II all the "Uil, I I ., ;::7
e- | > ; -ii in : I.I f IB ll, II. burial .
Ins cI..I. ,ant 1I.I1.d, \\llh 'plcndid It.i : T r f.
adv- il I
gel a 1
.. mav > n ''
,. ,, liitni-fii J7 .mi 11] } xo''I 1 '| | fm, Ill I.ln.g.0I'I' ., p." ' Rape
.3 at the end of fi>ur yafhae\ iiml's i -"it. ,, , ,., I' --------_ .
y .I .4 \\inth of Broods, the (lnulty] :Slioj. "' .houl" hrI.i' .j{ ith'jr

puted pOKseHnio"law. Within. acronlinir that time to the the I \ woith' lietui-iii $ 'iiu! :, .ndJ" ,I 'II... tirjiditl; -ge.given( 'uTIoral..n| '. I" Ta\a ,-opoa. 'ha "ii g." i-l I inn law: ...I. -i' I'I n. linn ..''..'...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-.'---....,-,.-..-..-........-r-r-M-M--..-'.. -M-..-..-......-xcrMAll -.:-....:-:":":-*
'i 4 H present 1 )priMi .
Ineach 'Ii. 'I I
onward" ill I.f I
h rah
::0" Kiilianciveie; ""I. \\ n.z i nn.I''|'> "
.f6 f \j'. Orlfflnal owner may start null lo set "lion by the state are valuable]' to lh- t
( iiistante; .fiom the" i <-ar of tin II'I' t. .nl' hive'" .1 a-I." \* thout
< & 11j'\ >,maide the" tax deed or if that his; been \ ineoi' poiators, and gores ; \ , Aboard
litllldlnK The 'bulgItul)''>* wale tlltotretl '- IIal tllI'l"1'1 11111 "II'olla'dl'' ii laa'd, 4itIn.It0'x0'r..tor 1 > for Stetson f j.
'' procured by the purchiiwr may resilk. Sunday and tnpolio1 > -ind exemptions' hum roil . f
ahout notm
\ \:. deem the land by the payment of Die ,lntli\ltluals, tlo not enjoy. It i', folthe x
""llar'III"1I1' at purr nnllOidA \ y
'. taxes and interest.t of oar'0.1.-mg' these pi ivib
pal po.e I\IEHI: i : Jell\< MM" :
; ;
woman's track on an ash 1 pile bout film '0"110.0111"". :: I'hink! :Nine< weekn,
- --- ->; -s Ihal peisons ( hoard room, and tuition for $39.: March 31.t
i i's; i I II IM r
ruoMoi) ) 1
ilare ts I the unit tide l I .1.1MM iv .
of Jacques( [ an annual\ I tax on June 1. St ud< nt H w ho cannot enter ,
Many( states impose .. al the start| may enter later- '
'II\IE| i : E'\II'\: I I 1 IO-:; .
t J'BOWDEN BEATSESWEARINGEN700 I 'Ihe 1 police foiee alf wniklnihard :.ll coipiiiat' .onand I would -u''cr.t 1'I'I1 for a a .,.k"lId pay lest K"-% IPN courses for tetoeherN'rxamina- '((
: on the fuselilTKCI.AItS the enartment. of a law loll""- 'I0' a I I St Augustus t Mir" t.n i iI 'clan, I Ion" June K by Supt. Sheats. J'H i'1 (>1".n. That tells) the Htor> i=
.small annual license tax on corporadoiii .. .\\ rile for more particular .
I sum tall l I" (planted' MM "tin f fI I.shire :
; : :M\KK nil; II M'l.SI'NDAY
'0'Y''. I' 11.11 11111Millmi. : I (filII h ,," hu ,wiesin thi- < III'I'I I lif tinSI \iitfuMiiM'. .1. < : :< AT '' -toy' Horn, :$600' ( ) to y.MMIO(I ( ( based upti-i I J 1 'llltl hc, Selina' I .H">M. ,if i ordi- ADDRESS

9 IHa. M v ,1\ JacV Bonville.\ In one of the moat (I II Stetson
contested at $20,000a") () taken !li'vInnirla's I'rohib I Insurance ('unih'nes.'T'hen' ', day ,nivM; I li\, "ii .|1""I I I I K ''i nand University DeLand Florida
"hotly mayoraltv races everen ,,, foniidaiiit, \ tint. l lI ,
;ii ; from the leside-tce, of Mi, t i- "i-oi'-.durable" : i ;nnl, n' ("( .11"" -> ""I'a'' I I I'! 11" ct"d this city .1. K; T Howden .
Charles I II. Vail, on Root I I lifr, and, lit, insuranei1' I.0', \, <" .n.( I1111'h. IVI ti."i st i n'adiug l \\llh"ml, <.I{ i ,nl,I II .. .
x ... _:" won' by 700 voted. over Van C Kwear- old Mis. also that the i, ; }v4+-:-M-:-M:-:-:-w-<-< { <"=-:-<-M: -><-:-<-:..:-:":-<-:-: q-:.<-:..:-4 :->q fie:-}C:..'rf }c
Z . ;. : /ingen In the mayoralty nnminationr I Trail I'alm )Hearh. last :Sunilaven- I It I is appaient I,
and! ,'iiestwere" , rnmn-imes ha\e some' nmtual
''.1 "1', '. Tuesday. Until the final tog while the family ( in-inanee of
j in the matter
1 1 c: '. ,count was made it was. not known at dinner. The rolilx-ry! was not discovered II understanding .
+ j gI-. positively who had won, nlthough until yesterday. ; when !\I rHo fixing rates. I would theieftntsue
4 !:>' thai would make. it iinluw i iI
h 't' ,Bowden had been leading in a number vail- went to dress for luncheon and gent a law '
: Y(;-j. missed. the jewels. !Mr. and, Mrs. Vail l I ful for two or more insurance com '
4>f the wards. The vole was heavy. or'
I winter residents of Palm Heach panics doing; business, 'in" Ihis stale,
: The election wan not marked by are their northern home being in Geneva, for officers, agents. or employes of Increase Ypar Crop Production
v any' disturbance, the host! of order N. Y. Their quests included Mrs.Veil's . .such companies to make or enter into' \
h 1 Land feeling prevailinsr., The
good sister Mrs. Chaises Farrin, jr., any combination or ararnjfernent re10 -
".polls opened'at 8 o'cloe'and; closed _
there and - - - ---
is the winter ,
who spending - - -

r : .,. at 6 the o'clock vo in 1JI<
q In t Is where there were counraces. .
Win. Fisher, of New York city, who HOR LIVER AND BOWELS :
These the Sec- !
c were I iv n
y. I" where J. C Connelly and Frank4".Owen were spending a few days only at the ,

. were the candidates, and in the Vail home. Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, That' Mined 1, .
lost Here
her daughter Right
and e
I r; Tenth: ,' where Max Morfrenthau and Mrs. Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
r and several thous-
about in
$50 money Candy Cathartic.No .
J. J. White were contestants.T Breath-
-, "i'- and dollars woth of jewelry. Mrs.. Fur- odds how bad your liver, stomach
lost about $5,000 worth of diamonds
rin headaches
j bowels how much your
T d l. BUZZARDS MAY HAVE and other jewelry. Mrn. Vail. or, how miserable; you are from in Florida
lost a large: number of valuable! jew.-ls, indigestion biliousnessand
/ some of which were regarded as price- cbnslipalion, ( always get
i: TO HUNT NEW QUARTERS less heirlooms. relief sluggish with!\' Cascarets.bowels-you They imme-

i i ': t cleanse and regulate the stom-
r. Tallahassee Fla. Feb. 20. Hon. A. NJoI'EWS:
,1 : '" CIM'KCHThe the sour, fermenting: food
t I ;t''," S Wells, senator of Leon county) hast ach and, remove foul gases' ; take the excess bile this. Sinsdiinee;, hmoa of tgticultural lime, is indispensable for neutralizing the acidity

".,1 ,.draft duce in the and next prepared session a bill of the to intro-leifis- Catholic cburch of tills city from the liver and carry off the con in soils ,that are MUH, for relating potash salts and for enriching land so that it will
;i has let the contract for new pews to waste matter and poison
? a. ,.V 'la tare which convenes in April, which bit finished and Installed by Suiulay; from stipated the intestines. and bowels. A produce maximum' result in (rat I and vegetable yields, in conjunction with oilier chemi-

+ i proposes to repeal the law which April 18. J. F. Wa Ipr, who makes 10-cent box from your druggist: will ( dls, tler"drY In plant lift and rowth.
n t- -
.., :" &'.wakes it a penalty and Imposes a fine beautiful mission furniture of liver and bowels clean ; I
such '
i A: keep your ,
iJt ,> '. Of $5 for killing a buzzard. In ad- clear for
Florida woods has been engagedto stomach sweet and head
J X dltlort to repealing the statute for pror'ttSWWtlnjr e I Ground rock ia. soil
.. : ) make the pews. months. They work while you sleep. phocphdta builder and very beneficial to growing trees and
; the killing of buzzards, Mr. I
y .. /Wells! proposes too still further and crops in Kro\e. garden and Geld! In combination with" humus and other mineral preparations -

rS'r. "Wallow. bounty of twenty-five .cents a - ,it I manilcsK I ,its value' Us small cost as compared with other commercial plant
I head for every buzzard killed in the4state.
; / It ii nronnged that the heads food elrm-nU. is argument fort i general use.

' d ', /i of all buzzards killed be brought Into

'A i f . ,th-ot i clerk of the court or Rome other

"Ioflcisl': at the courthouse who will pay Su lirand: Lime and Ground
'l ,, the persons presenting the heads \\'a IIl'l' Phosphate Rock

ii' ll. .' ;twenty-five cents each. At the end

". '" + .of the regular periods this county of I /

e .. ':' Jlcial the number shall report of buzzards to the on comptroller which he Through the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrassand Fully Kguippcd;( ) Plants at Reddick( and Live Oak)

'' ;.;i', has paid the twenty five cents and the

y' : 'f>. amount paid therefor, and the comptroller the Grandeur of Southern MountainsThe
-, shall then cause to be drawn
t''. 1.. '.0'v'..'f lit' a warrant upon the state treasurer reimbursing L. & N. is the attractive way from Florida to the central Good( Shipping!. Facilities _and!! _Quick DeliveriesWith

.t' J \ the county. West. Its trains take the pastenger!: .across the cotton f fields of

:: \ >1'' : ka'The idea of removing; the statutory Georgia, the magnificent mountains of Tennessee, and the far-famed
-,". s4.. tf"::"*'''"' 'prohibition! for \killing buzzards is con- f Kentucky. i =ssa = a i two well equglpedplants| | ,| ne at Live Oak. in Suwannee county, and the other
bluegrass region (> ;
t .F* '
'1 ; sldered excellent and will be
>1 an one,
J 'f!!.s 'r. '''',1' ""',( t' ;of Inestimable value to the farmers Thoroughly: Up-To-Date Service & al Ueddick, in Marion county we are in a position to insure the immediate delivery of

o', ', ties: '" ; 'and stock raisers of the stale, and Comfortable trains on schedules speedy as consistent orders r from any section' of florida. Our plants are located at our quarries our equipment -

f ;; ,i ,.,a.? .' t a.s HOW that the state is going so largely with safety, rock-ballastod road, free from dirt and dust. ,is modern and our low cost ol production enables us to deliver Suwannee brand
.l. ,' ,s( into hog raising this idea comes att" conveniences and i improvements
a t . .a mo.t.opportune time. Solid trains, sleeping cars and coach.all lime, al very small cost per ton.
s and Unexcelled
for taste
/f' .. '; : r ,, ''.;:It Is no longer a question that the accommodations every purse.

r .... 11' ilJl., .' I buzzard is the greatest hog cholera dining service; courteous employees.The Suwannee
) Chemiidl thai brand is 99 carbonate
k' ": ,..", ;., ''Carrier extant. Tale fact is well illustrated South Atlantic! Limited analysis shawl per cent of lime.
4; "'q\\1'; 'r' ,' )t7' by a concrete example on two Cincin- 'J I hat a generous U'-e of it will'incj4e crop production has been demonstrated. Land
A : ';f. .., ,farms near this city. Notwithstanding Leaves Jacksonville !!vt" at 8:15: p. m., arriving
:,' m" '; the statutory prohibition, to protect nati and Louisville-early next evening, also through, that produced only normalctOPs, inA>me instances, showed an increased yield of more

; ;: ." '''1' his own interests, one farmer, all-steel cars for Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, Indianapolis than '30() per'ent. as the result of a weral! application of lime.

ry I: :i'l' H\. t probably the most successful hog raiser lEI and other Ohio and Indiana (points. Prompt
'.: ;, '; In the county has kept a closed
.i ',."' ...J > Se'. Watch, and every buzzard he has seen connections to Detroit, Grand Rapids and Toledo. Send for literature and free bocwt I on the use of agricultural lime and raw ground

r ,p"'k (w l ; eE. Dear his premises, he has killed, not Chicago and St. Louis Trains phosphate.|> | I

': f' ;!\ f :', :. ,t allowing one to alight on his place. Three train daily to both >l<>ces. Dixie limited, fastest and finest train, only
h:1),. .i""';' :',."i ", ' ,';This fanner has a dog trained to I lookOUt through -service from Jacksonville in forenoon for Chicago and St. Louis. Dixie f

'J './ i :t', ?, ., for the buzzards and every time Myer-famous year-round train-(or Chicago leaves, Jacksonville every evening. DELIVERED PRICES named lo'My point. Let us quote you figures.
\'' i' s.\ ? '''-..' on* approaches the place thIs dog Montgomery Route Express: also leaving in early evening for St. Louis.
.1 :,' f. )v; rives the alarm. On another farm Write wire or 'phon us. Vif will work out ;your schedule, secure your tickets

'-I'.b' ) :. adjoining; the one above mentioned, its make reservations and save you loss of time and trouble-
'.. ,:rrN< -, owner did not observe such close precaution -
I Agent Louiirill. & NsthriB. R. R.
H. C. BRETNET Florida Passenger ,
;1'r.;' ... and allowed the buzzards to
.' -!c,. :" come, into his pasture where he kept IM Bay Snell'*! 'flMM. 1(7).Jec1-; 11e. FWida.

o. i f 4..\ rUbI a hoes. Practically every hoe he .
/ l" .; had in this tteld died with eholem.. ,

t...:.'tl I .Jt.while :on' the other place mentioned
.v.4re\wu pot .a dingle hog to take LIVE OAK ftMESTONE COMPANY

t'\;".'' ., ((_," v.1fc dIIea.lY ...;\ '\.. .'- '
, : : ,. I . ? ( 1"
) I.- Ala.fUan"' ; 'table,7do Sales Office, 217 Heard Hull ' I Jaelttoorfll' Florid

.tIbe .. the salt \"
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981 1 CARSO. A An 'Osceola,County: ,Pi1-ery'NearKis? ', immefi A', FLORIDA. . .TRUCK- ,,FIELDS..! ,*O I r. ..'.

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Plant Clty.-Str wb rry -ihtpmentafrom Are , ,' ; 1'

TO MARKET this point are aggregating over. ; .
10,000 quarts daily. ... 0 tr -
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OJu..shipm.nta of fruit and"yeg-!
(FLORIDA: CITRUS SHIPMENTS. stables from tare point are increasing 'THINKING\ OF' BUILDING' A "' _'
1; Cars moved last week ________ 981 daily and as weather conditions are -. -- -'
Can moved week before last... 915 now favorable the movement will be HOUSE OF ANT XIND..LET; 1
r' Total to last Saturday _______16,473 heavy until the close of the season. I

Jacksonville, Fla.-The demand for Venice.-Grapefruit is now moving ViI
citrus fruit is and the From Prices "
increasing point. are tnjprov-
'' market for oranges is much better in half of the crop has been shipped ; I m
every section of the country. Shipments from this ponit. Prices are improv- NISH PLANS" AND ,ESTIMATES w
L of oranges out of the stats last ing.
week amounted to 685 cars together C * AT ROCK BOTTOM ,
ti with 296 cam of grapefruit. This is Lawtey.-The Seaboard Air Line { r
an increase of sixty-six cars over the railway made a settlement last week PRICES. .:4: b
week previous. The tbtal movementof for a car of strawberries that was c '

oranges since September 15 has I ; delayed in transit paying the growers -.,
been 12,354 cars and grapefruit 4,119 81784.

,a cars.The C C W.H.ARNOLD
citrus fruit market the past Scffner.A1packing\ houses are "
"' week has been encouraging. There running full capacity. The fruit is
has been a pronounced improvementin the best ever shipped out of the state Contractor and ,Ballder.. ,1 ) f
conditions throughout the country. e a r 1-
I' While grapefruit is still dragging Pierson,-The Florida Citrus ex* KISSIMMEE FLA.
there is a splendid demand for oranges charge and Alexander & Baird are
and prices have stiffened generally. I II. again operating their citrus fruit 124 Sunnier St. Phone U"r
I. ; It is very evident that the growers are packing houses at this point. Dally
I. holding up on the crop as only light shipments are being made.
1 shipments have gone out of the state I Ii -'
d for the last two weeks. This action -- -- --- ----- r''
.' i) no doubt allowed the markets to cleanup I I r n

thoroughly. .
.. The 'quality of the citrus fruit at I II I
( the present time has never been sur \ distance of twenty-three miles Work BETTER WEATHER ON $15,000 GIVEN AWAY :iiii
I I passed. Not only is the orange crop' commenced and to be completed in THE EAST COAST
.. running to desirable sizes but the fruit ForwardFRESH seven months.
i Column
is smooth, well colored full of juice I M M Miami ria.-The month of February BY THE 1
and very sweet. There naB been Chipley City is having planspre so far has given the tomato growers -
1. enough cold weather this' season to I REPORTS OF PROGRESS pared for high school; six classrooms of the lowest east coast all that TIMES la,'
sweeten the fruit in fine -shape The i FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF auditorium, laboratory library domestic could he possibly asked for in the TAMPA DAILY
demand for oranges includes the different FLORIDA.: science room, basement; steam war of good weather. Enormous /
sizes as to location of the re-1 I hmt; also having plans prepared to strides have been made in the development ABSOLUTELY NO LOSERS IN THIS CAMPAIGN
ceivers the southern markets demand-I I remodel graded school of tomato plants. For the l 4f '
I ing smaller sizes as a rule {I Pablo Beach,-Town will construct' : R first time since the vegetable deal PRIZES:
north and went There is a good demand electric light plant and sewer system. Florida,-Florida Colonisation Co., began last October the situation has - 1nrnuALOW
.' Tnr small sin :grapefruit; in I Iit e i authonred capital $500,000, incpti, by attained a settled or normal condi IIOMH --------- -

the fact,growers it has this been year quite just a problem why small to I' 637 erect-: City city let hall contract, three at stories$10.-; development C. W. Vredenburg large tract and others tillable plans land; tion. IiItK TOIRINO TOI HINU,T5JHK ]!** -r '

, 1'J": grapefruit vrs in such demand this I ordinary construction; brick and stavetrimmings. divid into five and ten-acre farms; MIX IIOIHJK S4IBO TOI PLAYER RINti ------------------------------------------P PIANOS ____________ ____ ____--__________ ., )
" season when last season the demand'' build $1.500 and $2,000 dwellings for Ttas QsMns That Doss Hot Affect till teal SIX Floe FURNITURE CREDITS -__-_-_________________ *'- *sVfr
was for the large siren. I IF sJacksonville.Postal pact farm expects to develop five or B c._.* of IU tonic and U..lir effect. LAXA alI stet IHAMOMIS __________ _hn_________________________:::::: 3 '
1 !il Telegraph Cable ; viva a.OMO QUININE be-ttertben ordi..ryQulnl.e SIX IT5 flHAKONOI.AS _________h___ ___________________.______ "II It is believed that the shippers are : Co., will construct another line be- more towns and manufacture mission and doc not CBUM nr ou.nM not SIX felt MKHCHANUISK HKUITB -_-_n____________________________ _' i'di1f,
: ,'4:' just beginning to frill 1 the result of tween Jacksonville and Tampa via furniture, saw lumber condudt general riufax In head Remember the lull name and SIX see GROCERY "HlOn.TII ------------------------------------ '
of W OK.OVB. 2Jc.
look lor the alcnaturc B. ________ _______ .
etc. _______ 1N -
the store HKVKW <*90 MKH< 1IANI>IR f'RKOITS n J. \
i 1 publicity regarding consumers I Baldwin Starke, Gainesville and M THHICR SIOO RANK A('("OUNTS --______nnn_________________ '
Y paying high prices for citrus fruit Orala Green Cove Springs. -Ckiy countyVommisMoners sET SIDE FOR PAYMENT or CASH COMMISSIONS-------------' : BOS \i ,
when it is purchased at very reason- eMiamI'Methodist # -
t wilt construct road
I -
able The Episcopal church 118.07gTHE 'r
figures. transportation com .
\ from Duval county: line to Putnam SEEDS .
panies to a unit, 'have reduced theprice South RPV J. R Cason, JUiKtor, will line -
county through Grange
erect tinilfllng cost about "40,000 passing y '
't' of grapefruit on their dining I .. 'Park, Green Cove Springs and intermediate BIGGEST AND FAIREST CAMPAIGN EVER -
cars and this has materially helped the
\f sale of fruits to northern tourists Clparwater.-Christian church will points. LAUNCHED BY A SOUTHERN NEWSPAPERCLIP t
a We carry all the leading varietiesof
Indications are that the balance of erect building. M Palmetto CiVy contemplates expending : Farm Field and Garden Seed that OUT THE NOMINATION BLANK -r
the crop will be moved at a reason- Homestead MethwRist Episrtrpalchurch about (100.000..m about four have been tested and known to be -
the Asst Cir. MIT. Times Tampa Fla. (V'NODIINATION
able if cautions and Send to ,
price shippers are Sip
will erect building:; main au- miles of streetsand extension of 1Iew-1 adapted to this soil and climate. We ,
markets.-The Packer.
about glutting d4ten ium'to eat 250, Sunday school to er, storm sewer and water ,, can fill your order immediately for
,' .J. seat Beventy-fiv; whmj: stucco exterior I new crop of all varieties of l3LANh: I .
'! b. I -; cost END STOMACH TROUBLE \ _"
I .* GASES Oil DYSPEPSIA Seed Beans Seed Potatoes, English GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES "
Palm Beach.-W. I. Metcalf will -'+
J FOR FLORMTOMATOES erect building. of which first floor will "Rape's Diaprpsln"makes' Sick Sour Peat, Cucumber, Tomato, I herriq nnaalnatclr. .

I I uriupied as postofficv; three stories. Pepper Seed Etc. ____ __ ___. __ -A.
,1' -- Gary Stomachs surely feW One > ? MraM or wl.-- _.__ __-- .. ---- --------------- -
concrete' foundation to two ---- i
Jacksonville, Flu The tomato ; support

'f growers and shippers:of Florida thin 'I, additional, stories; upper floor for off M five ...Inuit's.If Seed Corn, Seed Oats, Seed Barley, (Ity or Town _----_______-.________.----________--------- ___________ ( ,
season are packing; 162 size crates of' <'es.I I Millet Seed Etc. 1
t what ate Sorghum ,
' '*-' I you just is souring on I 'r i .
tomatoes which will be graded" .
South Jarksnnvilh.-'itv l to stomach or lies like a lump of "o..u..d bj ---
plsn. your Rhodes Grass' Seed -- --- ------------------------ ------------------ .
In former years the" trade* nect city hall. i .ead, refusing to digest or you belch ,, '

t has discounted Florida tomatoes pack .* s I gas and rructate sour, undigestedfood Natal Grass Seed I Adfr! >MiKOIt _ ________ _..______ ___________n_____________________ t' .
ed from 180s up. All of the sizes up Fort M'ade.-Wn"on T"Hl1nJ.0.., have of dizziness I
or a
'. '' '
4, to, and including 144s have been considered nicpt, with $25000 capital .stuck will heartburn, fullness, neusea, bad tastein Complete Stock of garden and field If! lll.ll IIYOII"A'I'IO'll111"1"AHI'A. KLA.. 'IMIOMS OF CALL TIMER- I.i" .t
fancy and no pack wa<< recognized erect building; brit,; 50x100'feet. mouth and stomach-headache, you seeds, poultry feed and supplies incubators J "
'between the TM4s and 180s- CC C I can get"" Messed relief i.. five minutes etc. (
In order to meet the requirementsof i( Tampa.-Ficcio Automobile Sign AIndicator' Put an end to ftomach trouble foreverby Write for our spring catalogue and I'
the pure food law in securing a Co., will establish plant to I getting a large fifty- ent case of weekly price list on poultry feed etc.
basket that holds four full quarts it manufacture patented automobile in- Papers J> pepsm from any' drug store. Oldest established and largest seed *
has been necessary to make the bottom .- dicator. * CDunedin.A. Yon reahc in five minutes how needless hoiue in Florida.
of the basket: somewhat broader E.BatcheId let it is tosuffer from indigestion '&
t, ,and as a result of this change the tract to erect foundation and four-con dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. R i., MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo. The of the wrd\l ? t,,
sire -of some of the different padre mth? cement floor 45x70 feet for It'. the ejaldcest surest stomach doe- 206 East Bay St. eyes ( ..1 ,

a'' has been changedand'the fruit which bunding oh Droaatray; two stores on tor In the world. It's wonderful! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
formerly would fill a basket packed t'i
( lower floor; officea-and apartments on 'I' r'
aa 144s will not'now do so. In order .
meet the situation it has been" necessary upper'fleor.' * itOrlando.Orange ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME.w. are on the man wnoSAVES .. : '.'

'f"to to establish an intermediate * commissioners w. eve.4 wry S_....... f.. fiat tO fr ee.l efflclenrr ..( ..
pack. Which will be designated as county every _4. N.r IBM to ai.t _.tie mm* WILL NOT RBL.BABB TUB AMMONIA
4 162s. This park already has been lately had contracts signed -wk/eY.. I. tar..e.rlaaa-" inn_ .....u_... \Vm _..1....... limit Imt
adopted by a number of shippers and )I with Southern Paving Con&rtuction A.............. ...r._ ...". ud ......._ Ask u for a fret
tt j. I Co. Tenn., to construct ."*.'* V. It 4..a
j it seems to be very much in favor Chattanooga Nol
with them It in believed! that there I three vitrified rick roads radiating BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
will be no trouble in establishing the : north east and' west from Orlando, DEPT. "C." OCALA. P1X>HIDA.Will ,
grade rtf l(12s( as fancy The quotations '
----- - -
--- -- -
r. on tomatoes hereafter which i W
,.. will be graded a* fancy will l>e 108, I l
120s, 144s, and 162s. No doubt this x .;a};
f' will become a standard pack of Dor 1
Ida tomatoes hereafter P'i
f. _i
-- I
t' nEJ>LANTl (; MADE7JECESSAH) ; '<4;

'y \ in RAINS Okeechobee Farms I pAUSE for a moment, young man, "

Punta Corda, Fla.- Shipments of'' .
I peppers are now moving by express give a thought to self. The ::. -ri

' I J>ut the truckers expert to lose fully problems that confront ;.

" fifty per cent of their plants, owingto yield lug mops of <'OMl. cane cowx-jis, velvet Ix-aiis, rap| >, ixunutvkurizn, spineless eaeI114 i you now, or

'I Shipments excessive brought rains $4 during per January crate in'' besides rinsing rniuil.i, Itiuxles! I'am. :Natal"\ aiul! other KTUSM for hay anil past lire-, \\iLli all will a few years hence. r '

i,, Chicago last week for inferior grade; tiieeeeaOls available, alt! hlieep uini hogs call have green food! the your roinitl I.I'
. : but the stock now moving is a little' w

. better Truckers are determined to I Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state, Bation--yet, "-
stay in the game; and are replanting ia the world, are the men who started to save early ia life.
i.:. tomatoes and beans as they believe if .
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"d'I"_ fair later quality in the season of vegetables they can the market prices a Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for CultivationThese I They have the respect and confidence of the community.Then 1..t ,3

:'". will be satisfactory The quality nowmoving i lands do not need draining; other. ,than small diUhes I; necessary on any farm Make a "tripto ; look l ,
the has not oa-the other side-at the fellows who .
since heavy aO '
rains spend tft rt
the division of the Florida Host Coast without and for I Iyourst'U' f ;
I .... ,r is im- OkwHmljee oil new Railway delay, see
, been first class but gradually make-they may have a good time for while bat w&at
a does tfc Jr
, just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'journey I '
' t ... proving. _ _ _ personality reflect? ?y j jA
'b.,. ... PACKING HOUSE WILL, from Jacksonville.

flf.,,. BE REBUILT I I dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be ttie .; l'',
,r. Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nucleus of honorable ""J d
.1; Palmetto Fla,-J. H. Preston owner an independent career. "
1:,.... 'of the Manatee Fruit company's Make your beginning now-today.: Tear : 1 '
te packing house, which was destroyed I Iril Can Have a Choice i of Locations for Your FarmYou bank book will pave the way.
: by fire February 8, announces that I I
I t&.' the plant will be rebuilt during the will find it unexcelled for general farming. h\esUxk and I poultry raising. and for growing all

'f:'!; summer. The packing house and its kinds of vegetables common t to> Florida as well as the finest ritrns fruit 'Phis 1 town and country :
worth about $30,000and :
."Jtr;.\ *._ machinery was insured were for 19600. F. D. will grow at an amazing rate during (he. next few jears 1Ye also, have excellent land and town State Bankof if

\1:". Waite the manager, and thirty em- Jots at Chuluoti and Kenaninlle the former a fine hike section! in Seniinole County suited to u

I .' ployes who were on the ground fruit growing, trucking and general funning, and the Litter a fertile pine land country in Osceola! _.I

,''s.. worked without hard to success.get the fire The under cause control of- County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for : Kissimmee n e

m, the fire is unknown. full particulars to

t YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS Capital stock ------------------------------___$100,000.00 '

'I'. BREAK IT UP-NOW J. E. INGRAHAM VicePresidentLand Resources ever ---------________________________ 400,000.00 n 1 tt
q',1 A Cold It readily catching. A rundown eY
'j-I.: system is suceptible to Germs. Officer and. Directors. '
-61. You owe it to yourself and to others and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast RailwayRoom ,
; I ofi/your household to fight the Germ C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice: Prat. a

Q 'h1. atence.; Dr. Bell's) Pine-Tr-Honey feline 214 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA M. KATZ. god Vk: Pr.t r 4 '
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I Bar 0 : your Oanderine Hair Get n'23 cent Bottleof Orders For
right now-Also '
San' Francisco.Ths:: Panama-Pa- '
N '" "' 'tops Itching scalp.Thin .
cifle International exposition opened, '
,f' : ,,brittle colorless and scraggy BEAMS
at th. button, I '
Wa.hlncton1pre.sed .
hair li mute evidence
of a neglected
and nearly a half: million persons passed CHANNELS fy ,s
scalp of
that scurf.
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through the exposition rates. sf vS
There is so destructive to ANGLES
Button Open Fair. SI the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair ALL SHAPES 1T

,* " group of California's "native sons." life; eventually producing a feverishness -

President Wilson h placed exacti center of not remedied causes r roots I
# the capitol rotunda Saturday and thus to shrink loosen and die-then the TANK STEEL i

p sent a telegraphic flash to the Golden : hair falls out fast. A little Danderine GALVANIZED
..W ::4' tonight_row-any time-will surely COPPER AND :

PanamaPacific ; l save your hair. I ZINC SHEETS: u
Besides the president many diplomatists .a t Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'
,jI: legislators and other prominent Danderine from any drug: store. You '1

Ii men were guests of the t Califor- 1 Surely can have beautiful hair and lots TRUSS RODS :,
nlans. By an ingenious plan devised 4 t Ftl: 1 tr of it if you will just try a little Dan
by Frederick Hyde the head : .- i: derine. Save your hair I Try itl!1S. 8TAY IIOLTSSTRUCTURAL
of the Washington, California bureau ]
I 4' the flash which the president sent to 4 ,. f IRON A'Olll KOK
the exposition at the same time lighted '
up In electric flume the message: I ; U. BULLOCK
+ "The exposition is now open" in many I ; ,w
.r. cities throughout the country, and this i i 1 ALL. HAlU) 1VOODSLAUNCHES
e message was also Kent to all the territories .
and possessions of the United REAL ESTATE

'} States including Alaska, the Philippines 1i ....................... OH1I-H ANDSKIFFS '.
Porto Rico Hawaii Samoa iV 1 __
L' Guam and the Panama Canal zone. INSURANCEExamination
\ r of Titles
::1)) ( K Y a OUDKIllK "
:. (January, lir)
.I 1II
(; k; t. I No publications are Hold] by the department Specialty. TANKS HU1I..T. TO l'
I' of agriculture; therefore do
not send any money to this office Oil DElt:
1 Copies of publications listed herein" r..aarmr.a. r.atrr..rr k.r.r. Correeoondence Solicited. PUMPS FOR ALL 1
'i', A will l he sent free upon application to J'UHI'OSIiS:
Copyright 1914. by Panama Pacific Intermitlonal Exposition Company f
l i ( the Editor and Chief, |IIvlnlon of Publications 3
)Depiutment of AKI iculture, The vast Palace of Education, where the world's greatest nations will show the promre of tin Ir schools] at MIKTKNT FORCE I

''+ Washington/ I II. C., us long us rbe supply the Panama.Pacific International Exposition, Sun .Francisco 1915 1'ho" I lago"11< shi"ti'I. ,pu,11.a, It I Innii. t the Palace LEWIS O'BRYAN FOR ROAD WORK ;

lasts. of Fine Art The Palace of )Kducatlon measures 394 by r>26 feet han a Hour inn, ofH', ]inn( ',//jUlln'< fret and cost AT ALL TIMES: :

'+. When this department's supply is (394,263 Over tho main entrance Is Been tho Half-Dome of I'liilobojilij At tin lilt 1 Is. tin. ('oinir. of the 1'ulaco of 'f
', I exhausted publications can be obtain-I Food Pro \Icts. ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING
o ) ed from the Superint"ndpnt of ) .... --- ...... -- - -- - ;
I i Government Wire ,
ments Punting

the prices noted herein
Send all remittances to the Superintendent Ii x% i" IN rf

of Documents direct Ills Th JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
{a office is not a part of the department ABSTRACTAND
'' of ajfricultureCoupon!: Il L : a
Y System" He-eHlabbthed.. Cures Old Sores, Other Rtmedltt Won't Cure.

1 For the convenience, of 011'1l"nernl The wont eases,DO matter of how long tandlnsv 'I:
,, public, counons. that are (rood: until -S. are cured l>y the wondrrful, old reliable DC \
used In exchange for government publications TITLE Porter Antiseptic I Iteltug ID1c.I.I.: del relieve
WORK 1 rain and teals at the alie ,SOc, $1.00i ,
I ) sold by the superintendent <
of documents may l be purchasod from ..t.
his office in sets of twenty for $l.
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I Iy Department Ililllrl I ICorrtlHtliiK ... I '
Act 'IIItIl'l will Ui
<' Pill.(' School HtiliJictR In tin SinitliiinHtat EFII)
I A; foitone 101gt| H, Hint UliiHlrHllnim I,
/I !( <'ontrlhotlon::: : from tin: ufflr,. of
i experiment Matlonii. ( (I'<'part nt.'nt InilIctlri \-
'. \ 132)) 10 Frain This. Lull, 'tin IHprepnrrtl FOR SPRING PLANTING
t V "MI'| < ln1lfor I tin nit of rilritlchool
I leiirhi In tin Hnnlhrrn ntuliHDrpnrt I 1
J. meal llullellnNThi
'f > rrr..<'I ..r tin (mil. .kk 1 1< 1'.n( Full line of new crop seeds of all kinds. .
I ", the Milk I I',milm'linn if I JI"I'y CHUB. I
t S I (department. lo"ltoII"1 1 47, /fi . nt.., I tw"n We can' supply your wants. Write for new catalogue.
'.', '!i.' ty two |mU4M, HX| 111"trnllo"M C'OWH
I ' i carryIng Irks 1o n"t hold ilp HO will I
Uir.: In milk flow UN t In. i jw k. i.t free from II KILGORE SEED COMPANY
r..: l, ticks and did\ not 1".1", a5., I )h..I 1 1 'duo of I .
ftti': milk where the feed WIIH linitnHtil. tin
r.: I did the !Irk-free row PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.
,. 'io't.;/ .: Utlllaallnn of the Plxh'nat" nf (InPacific ;
ft 1 west fur tin 'nufu""r", I ofF..rllll..r <-<<"M-<<<>< :-4 M"0M"0 0"9 H--
; seventy-one ,jmici a, Hlx IIluatrattona -
4 (depnrtimnt bulletin.' 16/1)), ,
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Y of the Huh uiiNli. In the Copyright, 1914, by Panama Pacific laternaUouaJ CxfOBlUoo Company t.I I

'p ) 1 on almon-cannlnK the Pacific mast and as similar a source IndiiHttloa of ft'rtlllcer The exquisite Court of Palms as It appeared' during the !latter: part of October l1H! This court opens through .

material the archway seen on tho left of the picture Into the great west burl of the Four Seasons" Panama Pacific International
,,114 Wlreworma Allacklnir" ('''1'.1 and Exposition, San Francisco/ 1915 The court Is adorned with uonUuiful mural paintings and sculptures What About Your Insurance?

) Forage Crop., profi HHlnnnl pa perthlr- _____________________ o. ,
ty-four eight Illustrations department \
atl4 piifreH; ; ( v
bulletin JB6)), 6 cent, Describes I .
y a number of per-liva nf wireworms the keeping of milk and cream In I the' Ait :\rrtT;
best mark etahle oiulltlon IH HKI., . How To dive Quinine To Children. N. what the of I
and suggests remedies for their II' MI il 'What kind of work could you matter you may want IB way Inrataace .caa
control In this bulletin. Plans and specifications '
-i iI. Cactus Solution as an Adhesive In Arenlcal for Ice houses art ghee 'I t he'' possibly do around an office" Improved PRBRILINRI.thebade-mark Ouinnir.'iven toe supply it. I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Boads, Life, :
t Spray for Insects; twenty bulletin Is applicable to dairy ,,<'ctlon.1 "I'm a kind o' all.round handyman sat to ti>ke and doe not <1i,(urb the iKomarh l
I. \, pages professional paper; (department. where natural Ice Is obtainable mister. I kin hold a door cp<>n. Children lake it an-. never know it l i. OuinuieAl . Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance. "
"J bulletin 160). 6 cents, This bulletin light a match for ye, look out and lake.ordinary Quinine" iJom ConrteoB and attention no matter how
the use of cactus solution" asan Planting Tillage and Maintenanceof out nauieate nor prompt ;
nee If it's rain In', call tax' I' cause ner XMianrsi nor ringing In the bead.
I ,. adhesive In the application of arsenical Soil Fertility; twenty-four pages; a drop Try 'd
sprays against the belted cucumber seven Illustrations; (farmer bulletin letters down the chute an' tell folks It the next time you need i/uinine tor any 'The large or low small an amount yon witk.
Ask for 2-
beetle. It Is ; pose. ounce original{ psckace.
applicable to reg 631) This bulletin Is Intended for general out when ain't.
yer owe yag11.1rE ii blown
yer iu bout
.5. ions '' where 25 oente.
j la
} prickly pear easily ob distribution Farmers' bulletins
talnable for the treatment of insects No. eel and 111 contain the general CARSON FARMERGENERAL
'- of related habit., such a* the subject of peach crowing and treat of
and twelve-spotted. cucumber beefs, other fundamental orchard operations
2 etc.A : Growing Peaches: PrunIng Renewal I INSURANCE.'Phone .
FI.ldl'1'ut for Lime-Sulphur flipping of Tops, Thinning Interplanted Crops, (
Baths; T pa ires; one Illustration; and Special Practices; twenty-three 230-3. Dakin St
(department bulletin IDS). 6 cent., This pager; nineteen Illustrntlona; (
bulletin describee a portable testing bulletin 632). This bulletin Is farmers'I. I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee l :
( outfit for estimating; the strength of for Mineral distribution I S.
lime-sulphur dipping aths; It Is of The Grasshopper Problem and Alfalfa _
I X, Interest to makers and users of such Culture; ten pages; eight Illustrations .J.
bath., a* well as to officials chanted (farmers' bulletin 6S7)). This bul - 0 -- -- 5---- -- t
with the enforcement of dipping: regu letin describes the species' of grasshoppers .
lations.. that work antolnl injury: tn the
/ 4 Farmers' H.lletU.. I alfalfa fields and suggests. methods for j.I FURNITURE ? I"I
a JBreeds of Beef Cattle; twenty-three. I I theIr destruction It will be of interest -
I -papee: : eighteen Illustrations; (farmers' wherever alfalfa Is threatened by
: 4 bulletin :1' The distinguishing chnraoterlstlo an attack from these Insects YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.
tY the several breeds of beef In Farm Mechanics
1 and of dual-purpose rattle are presented for A/I'rlcuftural High Schools,
In this bulletin. The Information In twenty-six pages, twamtyslx Illustrations S ').
Of Interest to cattle raiser desirous of ; (farmers' bulletin I Fie) This bulletin i
)a.I jSnrn| the breed beet suited to a Is Intended primarily for the use WE HAVE New Owners -- New Management
t r .. f particular locality or to certain condltlocte. of teachers of high-school agriculture IT !
tn x,, 1/ Blackberry Culture; thirteen pages;
".<.u.e. and the Use of Ice on the Illustrations; (farmers' bulletin
U, 1 '" Trr *....m: twenty.tour paves. eleven I elfbt This bulletin Is. of Interest to
t t'd'ksstraticn.ti (farmers' bulletin II.). blackberry growers all over. the United EVERYTHING-
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i k' The use o' .tle on the dairy farm tor States. \

s + - -,---- - In connection with oar Hardware line we carry a complete

i, tf r.\1":::\ :: "..,.W''''

I Bed Room Furniture, Dining i i

I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Par- I HAVE IT

t ( WHY WAIT ANOTHER DAY' lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, I We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of

'( a lh Couches Etc. lumber-rough and drewed-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Door,

Sash Shingle, Lath, Window and Door Frames, Moulding

c x before giving your valuables Absolute .-_-_ -0-'-_ _. of all kinds Framing dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. (

Protection against loss I This tore i* making a record for itself in the matter of We also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Paint,

f Yi :e The place of Safety Is our Fire and helping people to outfit hornet. Come and tee. Our prices are Varnishes and Gla* We are able to to furnish you everything -

i- \ Burglar Proof Vault. right for your house or your barn from ground to roof.

Safe Deposit Borne for rent.
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ftr' I;r, $3 and $4 Per Year TOOLS fOR ENGINEERSNo I I Send for Free EstimateWe I

matter what kind of
a. Engine you hare--Gat, Steam,

Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Tools you

need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc., will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE.

f all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will house bills receive prompt attention.
Estimate on
1 1 mrprise you. This store kat the reputation of handling only Contractor

,. hardware that U of superior quality and yon will make no mistake

.. II in coming here NOW and inspecting oar big ttock.


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4, 'CXROCtT COVET.k SBVBMTII JtTDICIAX IK O.Ro1JlT'0011KT., SEVENTH JVDI- .eoond'Mondy '.oC. .. &nu..r7In.. each : -
; .AND rOR OSCBOUA OOUWTT IN CUAWCKJRV. Until the oreloer. eleeted'&t the first ,
annual meeting of the stockholders
i Arthur o..ia..J.i_.. ...rt.... K. >>. *.... Ce_...._... haU be quallArd the buatness Of said ; l ,
E.p..g.*: corporation shall be conducted. by thefollowing BECOMING AN EDUCATION FACTOR Office at R..14eDce. 401, m
J. '......*. TerssusBILL named oTloer! TelephoneZIs, J '
.'..: TITLE TO 4tUIEJT TITLE M. M., Smith president; A. f* Hunt .. .,.11'I
fILL TO 4CIIDT Arat vlo.-prBld nt ItS) Phillip .... -- .
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: .DaU o. ......... ud .u rarti 1CIaa- lag .. Interest Vmmv Ihe acM ...- ond and Tlce M -M pr Smith ald nt/; A.B. .F.U Roe Hunt oavhler, II- V. (By NAT L. ROYSTER.) ;;; the real evening breeze blowing i

"!.. a- .I.t._*t Vmftr the MM EU .ard H.... or Otherwise. .. O. B iWhwelU B F. Ro. I through the real trees which motion '

'O. FrieBit .r ............. Re.s..*.... Reap.ade.'. Paul U. Trudall and & H. Fertlc, director I have just read that the Woman' picture can offer for Its backgrounds.The C F. THRASHER I

I Home has started
Companion a movement -
ORDER Or PUBLICATION VIII. film play will the drama '

i. : T. All Whem It Mar' c........ The highest amount of ss I for better moving pictures. I extraordinary ave his elbow SHEET MEA .

or other liability to which the said do not deny that there is a Treat needin tat .
It sppearlngfrom the sworn bill of almost A. to
*. .All. Wht It Mar Ceo.eerIt > any way. Steel l
corporation hall at any time subjectitself motion well in all a Specialty ..-.
complaint filed In this cause that there pictures as as CUn.
dialogue at dramatic .
appearingfrom the .worn bill of .hall be as limited and defined by very great moments -

/, complaint filed In tbl cause that there are parties Interested In other the than propertyinvolved the section 27 IS. of the general statutes of other great public industries for bet. really the laid, the better. Phone 14-R XI.a"
this suit '.
are partlea interested In the property and that the name. the state of Florida. ter work and you may as well say At educating public they are !
I' J Involved In thi cult! other than the known respondent The. name. and residences of the sub better picture but show me today an t ,
Interested are un- well and it
known re.pondent. and that the name of such parties 0 scribers. and the amount of capital ,tr. cannot take them

of ,such parties .0 Intere.ted are unknown known to the complainant and that relief stock subscribed by each. are as fol industry that is so young that has very get them in tune withclnematographr DR.
snld bill of complaintagainst J. W. SIMPSON
Is In
to the complainant and that relief prayed It 10"-: made greater progress for upbuildingthan to where they can
I. prayed In aald bill of complaint such unknown respondents. H K Roe Kenansvllle FIx, ten' has the motion picture industry. I .
'" t Is therefore ordered that all parties easily follow it at every turn. We
.uch unknown re.pondent. It shares (10) DENTIST
! I.against, therefore ordered that all partlea cl.ilmlnic $Interests In the following described R. R Franklin Kenansvllle. Fla The Woman's Home Companion admits must realize that the film has a tech-

.;t// claiming Intere.ta In the follow In& de.1f.1f.1' property situate In the County two shares ( !). that the motion picture show nique all its own, and we must with- I Upstir in Kat Building

crlbed real property Hltuattj In the nf OnCMola and State of Florida to-wit Paul K. Trudell Kenanavlll Fla. draws more young people into its folds out a doubt Office HoursTelephone : a. m. to II I -
the get as soon as .
of the C..t Half and
West result
County of Oaceola and S.ate of Florida Tho ton shares (10). than most schools and Sunday schools 1 :10 to 1:10: I ,
Hunt Half of the Vest Half of Section 1 I M n.. Kenansvllle this is realized. big real stars
of No. 7( I
Northwest the .lun.1I7r.
to wit The Quarter : d.elho
1"1': t"n
26 South of Range 31n do and yet they .state that this great
Northeast Quarter of Section Three In 1C In lounrhlp . nh r ( ) of the legitimate world or at least .
aat of Tallahassi-i. Meridian do ap Randolph Young. Whittier Flit oneMhnre institution has not made the -
Township 26 South of Range it>> l..aat parent many have l long ago realized that
of Complaint
R of Tallahaase. Meridian do appear to |i<'ar to the Complainants Illll (1)) take the trouble to rightly inform their work would be better W. W. CARSON
herein filed on or before the Rule A. I. Hunt. Kenans vtllo. Fla. ten appreciatedin
i! the complainant tiled a before bill of the complaint Rule Day Jay In April. A. D. 1W1S the name being ahnren (10). themselves of its great benefit in motion pictures and not a few have
herein on or month else the said 1H. PrawdyV' .. FJIa. ten .
of said
the 6th day many ways. forsaken the for DENTrST-
In April. A. L>. 1916 being the Bin day stage the picture \
bill will be taken as confessed againstAnd shnri (10) It is true that the motion
of .aid month. el.e the .aid bill willJrr picture world. "
.I: H V I'hllllpa. 1Ci-nans'llle. FIn ten Office
them, over Pilley Building
:; be taken aa confeased again.t .uch repondent. theater ban not been taken seriously :
It Is further ordered that this nharts ((10)V )). The board of education of Kansas Office \
i .. week for \ J RIce. nnnavillo. Fla. sixtyhnren only few and it is g-It 1-t
And It I. further ordered that thla order be published once a by a yet a great City has bestowed upon little Mary Office Phone 16S Residence Phone II

order be published otice a week for 12 12 consecutive weekly weeks In the published OmiceolaJournal. J. T ((60)Itrawdy.. Kenajnvllle sevenshares educational benefactor that has unquestionably I'lckford the most signal distinctionever Gas Administered for extraction of

In the O.ceola Journal a come to Teeth
con.ecutlve (7). say. bestowed star In
In said Conn .y and of general olrculatlon on a picture
a weekly new.paper published In In said nmnly M. M Smith Winter Park Fla. ton A thing that is permanent in all compiling a list of the World' great-
the said County of Oareula and of general share (10).
the Honorable James Wl'i.rklns. our lives and yet there are a great
I In .aald County. Witness Fla. ten est celebrities comprising the greatest
circulation of said. Court and my S H .rtlc. }K..nan.vlll. H. S. GEIGER .
'JI'l Witness the Honorable Jame. WPerklna Clerk Judge thereof and the official shares (10). many of our prominent church people names of history science and philosophy DR

:4. Judge of .aid Court and my seal name of as the said Circuit Court this First whQ are against motion picture shows. since the dawn of civilization for PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .
thereof and the official TATE FLORIDA.COUNTY .
S name a. Clerk n. 116J OF All things must grow. and while it is
coal of the raid Circuit Court. thi. Flr.tday day of January A. OF Of4CEOLA.1efore the pupils of the public schools of that' Bank

I of January A. D. 1916 L OVERSTRtET. me the underslRii-d Notary growing why not let every man or city, they have included the name of Cit enll Buidinl i
I ,1 of the Circuit Court
I r J. I*. OVHRSTRELIT. A. Clerk Florida Public In and for the Mate of Florida woman help in trying to make the that universally idolized star This Kls.lmmee m.
Osceola County
k.. A. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit at Large. personally appeared H K motion picture show better in every fact in itself with Phone: Office 27 or )
.''if; (Circuit O.ceola County.Florlda.. Court ll1JAMES Roe. R K Franklin Pnul K Trud..lI.n one impresses one Residence IU 1'-11
t: Court 8eal) M JOHNSTON. E Rothwcll. Randolph] YounK I' It way possible. It is a very inexpensive the fact that this great motion picture I

':; Uy JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Deputy Clerk firawdyV. J. Rice. It V. hllllpa. J luxury and within reach of all, BO industry with its hundreds of
Clerk JOHNSTON & ra,,'dy and 8 H Fertlc. all don't knock but
a show help by patronizing '
'7 & JOHNSTON it to it on a better ,
4-10t me to be the Individuals dencrlbed ..f the leading benefactors of modern

: Coun.el for Complainant. In and who executed t he fore plane and by your patornag-c, and life, and I, for one who have spent PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I .

.. Circuit (.o.rt fee the *....... Judicial going proposed: Charter of the First.: what' you say to a manager thereby years working and watching this .
Kenanatile. and achhelnR
State Hank of i
IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH Jt'IJI- ( Irrult .f the H.... .f Kiel-Ida. duly sworn severally acknowledged express your views on your idea of great industry in its silent, but ever Office over Osceola Pharmacy ,

.r CIAI. (IIK-liir; OK KI.OHIOA IN !. ..
.f. AND FOR OSCKOI.A COUNT. la ( hearer the uses and purponi therein expressed The future of motion pictures'! lies in that of and Office 14S. \
IN CliANCIt-HV. many our great men women 1 ,
, 11111 .. tin let Till.. the writing of original plays expressly '
of the have at last
In Witness Whereof I have hereuntonf present day
" I3dla Butler Complainant hand and affixed ;Notarial for the screen _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ \1
Av Ub.r E. I.CEUR. vsdiaries .1 mY mv found out and admitted that motion
Sen: this 22nd day of January A. II. Mr. Carton ,the famous English
,\ .e... H Campbell Anna n Babbit 1MBNotarial. I pictures unquestionably come to H. D. GEIGER ,
that "it has
BILL TO QtTIKT TITLE Robert C. Denny. Walter B Denny ( A I. HUNT dramatist states great I stay to remain, a permanent potent
Julia Penny all of the afon'aald parties possibilities as a form of dramatic expression -
\I _wi. M. I\a.dall. Sarah Tracy .u.d B."al 1 ) Notary Public Stati of Florida factor in our every-day lives So, if
.. respondent beingdescendants and commtsuutoni-xplr.a April 4. 191K ." In certain rchpetts it enjoys I
I' John T....,., her .... mmi. ami. all p.rtlee heirs at law of Charles O Campbelldecissid My I it has come to stay instead of putting

.<. ..lal.I.. Imttrrmt .a\der Ike and all other parties claiming OF FLORIDA advantages' that no stage play. a stumbling block in its way like 1 I Office State Bank Building"i"
' Interests In the lands In this Billdisrrlhid tan ever expert to command It has \ have heard ministers do why
.aed er berwl.e. under thi' said. Charles O -01JNTY OF OSriCOLA strength where other arts have weak many Klsslmmee, Fla. _ _
It..d..... otherwise and Before me. the tmnd.rsigned. Notary not put your shoulder to the wheel
I. Campbell dccrasod or :
" Public In and for the state nf FloridA news For the actuality of his atmosphere and with all the that
Kmnrn F R Cnmphell sole surviving strength you
OltUKR OF AI La r ire. mortally appeared A L the novelist must depend on the L. HYATT
. : dla. e nf C. S Hart. deceasi Re- command for the of your coun- 1
Hunt to well known and known C
------ me goo
imagination of his reader while the
. spundintsOIIHKK to IM. one of the individuals deacrthedIn try, and those push with
... you
4 All Whoa* K iayV Co rni and who exi.ruted the for,,KolnKnropofH dramatist for his missing scene is olliged >. all your might toward making it a PHYSICIAN and SURGEON t

It appearing from the .worn bill of .d charter of the First State and I
the electrician
OK IM HI.If ATI< to rely on and that will ,
,. complain tiled In thla muse that thereare Rank of Kennnnvllle and beIng dul\ great inexpensive luxury
The bare scenic ef
Interested In the property scene painter. benent the well Klvvlmmee Via.Phone. .
portico sworn ark no vi ledK4f1 that he executedI poor as as the rich.
t. t Involved In thla .ult other than theknown To Ml \\horn II May ConcernIt I .. same for the uee and purposes fects of the country land and the OITIee lTRe.ldence .

,, !. Respondents and that the appearingfrom the sworn Bill] of ther..ln exprt'"",'dIn street scenes are very unsatisfactory TELEGKAIMI AND RAILROAD lit
name. of auch parties ao Interested are Complaint flied In this cause. that thereare W1tnennhereof. I have hereuntot substitutes for real iit.
,4 the the country lanes COMPANY IN CONTROVERSY
and that jn'rsims lntenste In property
, unknown to the Complainant mv hand and affixed my NotarialR
,"I:,' relief I. prayed In the aald. bill of com In.oh..d tn this suit other than the <-al this 22nd daof Janimry 1916 the real street scenes and real sunsets Pensacola.-The Western Union .

M plaint against. aald unknown Respond known Rispondenls and that the <18"AII JOHN H BAtHOKN. Telegraph company and the

enta. It la. therefore OKDKKh-D that namea of such person so Interfiledsre Notary Public State of Florida & St. Andrews Bay railroad Atant GEO.F.PAIERATORNEYAT.LW
all parties claiming an intere.t In the' unknown to Complalnsnt and My cimmisaionxpires December 16193K .
I following de.crlbed real property Xltu that relief I. prayed In said Bill of ppnses of the primary election Including controversy which threatens to deprive -
&&t '. Complaint against such unknown Respondents the payment of Inspector and
ate In the County of Osceola and all of the section known as Bay
rl,'rks.. printing of ballots etc th Collection
I of Florida to.wit: The Northea.t Quarter : TATE OF FLORIDA, and ConveyancesSpecialties
of i
.4. service. The
ordered That all asseHments I. I led again.tprnl.p..etive telegraph
.r... of the Northea.t Quarter of Section It I.. therefore. COUNTY OF SEMINOLE C"lIowlr'J are \ country
' Interest In and to candidates for the. various has commencedtearing
parties claiming an company
27 South of Range 32 i iI Before . he Not
. 1* In Townahlp m nderfiltrned a rPiihllr \ ..
.. the following described property. situated offices to fihl'd down the and
East of Meridian. do appear In and for the state of Florida | wires removing
I : three dollars 111 1-1
c'. to the Complainant bill of complainton State of In Florida.the Countof to-wit Ofireola and at I.... TK<.. personally app, a r<'d M M Clerk mutt or.. thre<. dollars poles from along the tracks of the Broadway
t;. or before the Rule Day In April. A.of I.,ot three of Block "A (lC'I.'.' A.P.lrl..k Smith to me well known and known, Tn's su rer. t h ni-,' .iit..isMarshall railroad, of which Ben W. Steele of
I' the 6th day be of the Individualswho -
D. 1116. the .ame being to one t x -
three dol-
aid .month. el.e the ald bill will be and J P Hughi-'s Additionto out*.d the foreproln.K proposed charterof and tax collector Dothan is general manager, and the G F. KRIBBS

:'i! taken a. confessed against them. the town .of Klsslmmie City. On the First State Hank of K,'nnnn\, 111*. I la r Meinlxrs" citcouncil. one dollarInspectors. latter has appealed to the Florida rail '- 1 ,1
ceola Count Florida according to
ORDERED that > and Itelnfc dulv nworn arknow h.tK'cl
i Ano It I. road commission. The commission has
the Plat of said Addition on file In ATORNEYATLWE"amlnaton
thi. order be publl.hed once a that he executed I the sam* for the UM. .. The follow i IIIK 1"1.,101". and cl..rk -
the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit wired the telegraph to
: week for 12 con.ecutlve week. In the and, '.purpotu therein ex iress'dIn hereltv. l-nlKnH...l to conduct tli company cease of Title
. c- Court for vran.... County of are < ; a Specialty. e
' Journa a weekly newspaperpublished wltm'\vhereof I hnhert, 'uhl I >ts work of demolishing the line and
4-- O.ceola Knlil .primary ( : $ Payment of taxe ofnonrealdent
In the aald County of (Oace- which said County the said lands .et mv hand and affixed m\- Not riil I'n"I'do,... II N Illation 1C (1 \'nltAfcni \ to have one of its representativespiement given careful
| .
In ..aidWitness were at aald date of flllnf said: Plata 1<. ,.1 this 23rd day of .|'inuiir1'HT.! .. ;
) and of general J >\ LillyClerk
ola w attention
at in Tallahassee
part said lot llnKIn. the South (I'I"RII' CHAR I D RIM MI1MNotarv l'r-ntta a meeting
County. the Honorable James W. teat quarti of the Southeast quarter I' iIiiStat,. of VI".lclllMy J. I"J HUM,OCIC. on teltuary 2i. when the railroad Ris.immea, Fla. ,
of Section 1'W1.on... of Town commlBMlon I"t' I 13. I ")H"Al
Perklna. Judge of said Court and my < 'xplr s < hulrmnn will, be represented and an effort to

'! name a. Clerk .hereof and the official ship Twenty-flt East of South TallnhassiiMeridian Rang'Twentynine 7-fil \\ C. UAHS6t : adjust the matter so as to not deprivea Pat John.ton a P. Oarrvtt ,-
the I
seal of coma Circuit Court. thi. Osceola County Horlla <..:. .!: S'cr"1 ary laige section of the country of telegraph JOHNSTON GARRETT
First day oC January A. I). \Iii. ( l> FOR V* IflTK llllfAItlKl I & ,
Circuit J. L. OVEHSTtgET.Court do appear to the Complainant Bill of .K<"'" ON. Sit I tilt'S I'HIM lAM t'l'IlI'! % service.
( Clerk of the Circuit' Complaint herein fllid on or hefoi e the -- -- -- .).
Seal) As 7th dav of April. A O. ll5 else thi The city executive commltti.e oC tin. ATORNEY-AT-LAW 1
l \litui of the "r
Florida til'-i, tnd :
.. > >) IMIWI .1. \V.
Court of Osceola M.County JOHNSTON. sold BUI will he taken as ..on f......... m tOte man s party" m..t r i.c-ritly and \ In mi'. II K May ma Nor of KlHslmtneo 1'"TTJS lllln Offices 10, and 12 Citizens Bank ( .

,. By JAMES Deputy Clerk. And It I. further ordered that this formulated the following call for a ('it).. hlorlda. do h.r.lian" IIMI.I.. ..IL AT 1 ,

1' order be published once a week for white man's primary." liounce protlitlm and declar that a i!' CITY OF MMMI Building .
:' JOHNSTON & OitRETT.t twelve consecutive weeks In the Valley The city executive committee. of the election will he held at I the cIty hall Fla. .
4-10t Miami J \4\
-- who while .
Counsel for Complainant. 'white man'. party" In the of Kinslmmed Paten,
Gasette. a newspaper published In city In saul city ilurlnic the It-(fal hours of! ,
aid County of Osceola. State of Flor hereby call and provide for Doling oil Saturday the 27th day olMurrh niental'y deranged, was placed In Jai -

1 MOTICM or COM rl IIT. ida. and of general circulation In said holding a "white man's" primary election -, A. I'. 11l16..i<,r tIe, i Purpose of for safe keeping uanged nlmeelf Louis C. Massey T. Plcton War low :
.\ County. to be held In the city of Klsalm electing the following officers to serve Late Coun.el for Judge of the -

r J.: D..r' the Interior Ualted Witness the Honorable Jarne* W. m..., In compliance with the laws of a term nf one year, vlOut. : i I jail Monday night the body being Fla. I R Comm Criminal Court

State La.d Ogice.GaInesvIlle Perklna Judge of said Court. and my the state. of Florida said primary to MaMirdm I found by Deputy Sheriff Hendrickson. MASSEY WARLOW .
name as Clerk thereof and the official he held during the houi fixed by law <'I!,'rk &

Florida February 12. 1915. seal of said Circuit Court. this the 8th for the holding of .1."tI..n. 01 ('mmiiiday' i- fin.. M.iiHhal and, Tax i "11,0\\tin, ATTORNEYS I _ _
day of January AD. lilt March 6: 1915] for Hit nOllllnllllo"( , i 'in.i- 'I""Ie"I '" t"i I I'.ill-en had torn up Ills mattress AT COUNSELLOR '

I To Ira L.. James of unknown addresHconte.tee (Official Seal Circuit Court ) of <... ,,(IIlllt"R) for city t'U.<'tl\-<' ofl'iei'n Mat to n-r., fin ii I. i in i.1 I I" "i M' iith IM into strips and with these hunK him Practice i l
to lu. \.1.,1 for at the g'ii'ral ..1..II..n t . ,... ",.1.i IH <>( tin, i its. ,"",01 all the court of the Slat
: J I. O\oHS1'HI'E1'. : 1'rlnoners In the Ja'i say thai And of the Unftfd Btnte*. also before
: (
to I IK held In HHld Citof KtHHiiiiim" ion I Ii i.'i h\ II N t.all"l. I II ; H..1 'I
I You are h..r..b)' notified that I'olMloul' ('I..k Circuit Court Sat U'ellI v. Mire 27 1"M6 : \ IIIH, \l- I..1'.1"1 I \ I \ I 1.111..\ I I pi. I I dll'lnl I the. night hi' was continually the Florida Railroad Commla.lon. and

' Oh} arilmk who R-IM 1.0"" hm..'i. Florida. JOI1N1TON (SAHHKTTSolliltors (&..1111..1..... of I' leclorn.Thorn lIIH.i and, .1 I \\ I .i i. I > IK l.ik) "''I KroniiliiK and hut the Interstate Commerce Comml*> / 't
.1 out.
; office itdrtimH. did mi : for. C''I.lnlnAnt 3- 121XI I t'rylnl finally 11.M Charleston Bide
as hi. pop t a,..I ..nly l I h OHU IH i MOIIM nti ill .1.I if..,"
.. January. 1915.> fllIn .this offiec hiM ' IM .IM.t in I 111 I I< d to \'ote at I. or part I U i im tIll .. I In '\11'I, hI w lit.i .I I h.IN I lii "1' i ....11.' '111.t.| [ and they Stllo".d that Orlando. Fla 14-lrr. I
J../ duly it te.t and a.'cur. lh. .an., ..Ilint l..n "f our roll I.KtlFHOTI-:\1.Vulli '. I ..1..II..n. nfio or' white. ,1"1." ... "ho ., ud. II.". 'i' ., I .11 H.,1 Ii,I ,,1 1 1 I to I-I I II h, I .
,. No; mills; H. mini Ni01ID1K ; .,.. ). 'I, l'. iii.i, I I -- ---- m
hom.stend tntr d l I. 1. made Maiih 24. !ltl.i ft" 'I'! ; I 4 ; :;, IH hv n that th.iii:, i pit and. ..rgaiuiztioii of thi. 'vmiiit,' \ I II L'IWFSSIMI'I.EANI : F. H. JENKINS

$\VI-4. seillon 29 IDa nMIItI 2f. :S.'t di rultfiii it \\ | v to tin Ko\iri. iinf 'I n.a".; H .part y I In Hit. rlt \ of Xtselni,i..<.. .Ml. Ml 11\I : \'i I ) DIRECT I'RKACHINf; I 1

I' range 27 I. TalluhaHKn! mirldiiin, tie stilt of lilorlflt lit TillahiifiHun . Mho n r> !r" tli. I la H n of t It",' 0 it 2 \ of ili it ,,i if i K 'li- i I",,,' < 1'J I I t'., and aa urounrta for his hn\'"- I .IIIIIT i I I i UN 'I l. 11 SURVEYOR

. T 1.'urn that BAIrt Ira I I. .,IMMI.H tome >.iei < l for litlirs pnliiit tni'1,1' In. tin on OP |.<.Ton. 1' ry 12. I I't1r.! paidth 1 :' .tl I ) I'MIMIMH '" .I (;Jet somewhere. Don't fight the
' liin.l OnlY to il" It I lItl.-' Flint Sint- Kink of K"U""H' ill. unili, i it .. I
been on .aid it-in .poll tax R fir 1h \iarn 1 H3 I and 'nit. Fraternity Hall
t' er xm\.d,I III B il In r..ll..wl". | rnp IRI'il i hn i ti r t IniirlRliin . 1 'H ( .
work. and has n. 1114 I who hn" rt Krlnl*-"' 1 up to it mlI .IIt" "I'C' "Avoid spread-eagle oratory
.land o\ernlnht hna nol l>i < n "" ..,1.1! l ) ofhfih I IN "<", nn till' Itthi I .I mil UK MIlIe'h ft. I M I Jr. anil. who I 't
"A red necktie Kl.ilrnmee. Fla.DR. .
and hands in
i.rfli-i of thi sii.tni\ of Ktnti if . for Illsihame the
. of Administrator -
t. land In 16 month" pi.* .ln. 11..1\1 to aii,1- hy tt hi,' ri-- >.lce
You are III rth. r "lIn..d I tin Ktilil elate of Fliirliln. stilt of H"II),1 i..lnlKr)' el"*'<'t Ion and sot" In 4 wurl of < <>iintr .JutliieOM4eoln rockets do not irwan being simple. .
.. . will h<. lilt \\ it in HS i.u'1 I,,lIn. H ttJ1 Ii 21 pt di \ if lorliln
t4. .' that the said nll >,iill"IIH Tor th' no mint-en Ih."r at th orHUlllK I aunt, I 1 his IH the kind of preaching needed -
., t nml oor -.Ii,1 ....1'" "I .Jiiiimiir .\ I iiI i 1 I" 1 I', lilt .
'tiiifiaa.d. < I I' ( Inn.'lu.lln..Clu"
IK ( -
"-_,. be canceled without rulh'r right lo liheard 'J ; I.: in IPM \\ I 1':1.1.1 I IM ..f (.mlldnien. In .... Tstali of II I.olirNotice according to the Kev Alexander M J. HICKS

either In.for.. Ihls off I.-e or onappiat M .SMITHs 1inc. and onl>' II",,.... p. rHons nliall I In her< hy >rl\','n to All whom '! Jenkins, pastor of the Warren Avenue -

If )ou full to till In Ilila off"< e 1 |II|' |'I Kid. 1CII MI, i.nrimltt.-i.d. I to hi< c''im' tndtduti a for 2 It I ma\ {'OII"'M'. I IhHt <.n, I the 2 Kith ell"r Congregational church, who dislusscil PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOffice

., within tw.ntv IKVH after I In' hoL'Klll I 2. I 1-. Kill ; offh. .<.H to I ii". \ ,,tel Tor I In mild prlimirlittlonr \ H 191ri) 1 Hhiill apply In II ,in' .
,- publication of tills, nolle'.'. KB Hh.iv.iiI I Ie "'llll I I .2 I .1 II I ''s. ..1' MI) .> plid, ", i. t 1I..h i.K 1 in ;1. -,,r.'I.A M: Mil |lt, \ i\i: .lui of: Hihli I that topic at the meeting of I ,

tm I>, low voiirnnawir. "'1fI. r ,,sit Ii. HP. "-iiIcnlH \. I I. MINI. I, \\tttlnu to ,,1..1.i I""> ti,.. ,. HIIII of HiiulI ) .. -Jidg.of 1"01..1... fur my filial the Congiegational Ministers' union, State Dank Building ; i
I" lhi a.. .ill.1, i. ill""'" I v I 1'1.I I : 'IIII.'EI.I.I I I I I 1 I 01.. 11 ii,1 1 In. ,,, : the Masonic Phone. ntrion 41Ittnldence
-. i.HpciiiUlim I I'III"j \ i "n u :i Miil,1.OIt t II in INi ifs,'JiM HI"I"IHI'HI"I I I i r it lob j in temple. :
of "....I.t. tog' I In r w tIm ,lime I ii i ijou ,,i,1 i Ihnl .J I T I I lilt' \ \\ I II I"" >- i lii r s Ih l ",T \\ ho .iii. 'lu"IJlIo.d| un.lei. anil I hut .al tin, si,1, "' Him" 40 '

IIIIM, K. n 'cl it <'op) ofon 'Jill IlIMSI I I I. U 1'11'\\1" ) : thi.'I tin 'ttlIt*. of I 1.1.101" and .1""Hol.1 pM'HI"lit, to Hllld I OOUIt lll\, Itlll ,
:, tin. i..tiJ) c..I..I.1. ..III ii. r In P"'H"'" I U( I I-; I iIttNist.i"( : I I .. "l\. ..r KlHMlnitme, t to hold' ofTItiI I ;IIIOUIltH HH :IlllllltllHtlatll: if .llll ISt

4, | il i mall!! \\ .I 1211I" J; I .tmt of .. to lie I-'IiIi-l..
h I. aial-t e it I .
or ) t I'' i'' f Ol Ih..I I I II \
I |
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l 1\\; I i II I I'll I I I I I :.
YoU Hlllllllll Htllll. III Mill,' .UIKW HO I: M h I li < ii'- in th..' t it I \' of K IftMntin Hit d ,lulillllt, I it l 1'ltr(
r : : : ; : ; ;: : y J. W. THOMPSON
plait. o' tin. poHKifTlie' ti ltiIi ) ..IiI i| ,i.il1fl', 11 1 to \ i>l ie In smiiI pi 1 tti i i ; I\ii.I!i I'Ni i I.:i ill i I

dtaliu future notl.iH. l I.i 10<. H. nt to you 1'.1O.1''In: I II \ Ill I I-I2 of r'lll Ml .1 I, ( tli.,n M>.ill hi\, (Ii In, riL.hl to \ ,,Hin 2 4tnii .\ , ) , I .r W.GRIFFINStaple ,
-: l'I.ltHY; M I'I i H>' iN: 1"1'1'': II" MIII" i-is'ml.L-; :. j,, s.i. i,I |1"11 t 0', I 11, \ f.1.1I i 0.0.1. I wi
2 It. c I'.1 l IM r Kl4: > 'l \ uI.I.I.: 'I.Htln >r"' .c"dlI.t I i,1 , f"i' ma yorOrii - _
ul,Hi I ..unit lit,. f.. I... I Itt N' FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Pile of fist l> ,.atl..F.h''n < i < IN I 01 IIT UK VI I ; .
19. 1101 1 S lIme, imiliiHlifiiiil, l I Ii,, itiiiiiitors' : h. r-- M i<. i .11,il 11,1it.-1 t ,, i 11''' IMIII. ..t' FlAIR
lal" of lie'ond! I'uhllc ..110". l.lirmirv 10, nH..lal'. thiniMil\eH? t tug' 'ihr fin i'll-" i .iithl.t-. f"i ,in,.,u Hh,.ilol .. ",1 tar. In Fstaleof/ and FancyGROCERIES
re and
-. ) 26. 199. the pnitiiHi' of liiioiiilnir I liunipornt. ilnnd <. ) I. dotThr ,. :
L Halt of third l'ul.\I'nll.\ .... Maiih r.. form 111'" a i'orpin, n Iii," unili-i) mil, e c'"II.lal., H for "w"I.'H, ..r CHRIS KAE1NEI. Osceola County II
Notice given. to all whom
:, 19l3 to.hlll... of Ihe 1 I.i\\ H of the Hlnti ol, ('I\' i.on n< i It 1 r.., I" .. \ i :ii M ,11 li LICENSED EMBALMER
1 l I'"t.. of fourth publhatluii :Mmii m'ii. 12 lorlila. with and under. t Uu i, follimlnpropoHi Fl\. m. .nib* H of i'x'c'ull"I i ( i, itt inuv imetli toil iin tlitt tat d oftu.h \I
\ .\ i II 1 1 Hliall I I "pply| In < >' _
1816 9-4t il I ch..rl.r.Th. i f<.i..,in, \ t .11 .1IJr. 1
''' T Juilk' of .1
i_ I 'Ime ( lit 11'11' i
for I i. l..g.
Court. us Jtidue of I rotuttt.'. for fin,.il Store and Chapel Stewart A" :1
rri4.mb ]\O'I'Jo ttV ATI'A( HMIT: .. nmne of tin' "q.n"t I I..n 1'11..11 1':arh teiHon sIring. to ht\i' his nl .
TO C.V.. HHI VM. A!Mil AI.I. 'orlilcilact hi thi* hirst State. Hank of t K.n.II.H\lII.i nn", "' 11111..1 f l on II,.. I pi I lnmary i.I..cll N,n, discharge a. Administrator of the estate -

.N..J<:..gM..... U 1-AllTIKIl and Its plnn of himlni, .nti ill I I.. I In, tin allot HH a i ,,,"II.lal,' for ..nv <'I\ of Chris Kainntl d.c..a..d : and I Free Delivery to all Parts KI.Blmmee. Fla. 1
that at th time
Notice Is hereby given that 2. IH town of KiiimiH\illi.. In tin iount) of i.(Tii... Hhall flit. with the' <,chairman same I will present to I'
fl; sherllT of; Osreola county stall 08"'ollL. and state. of Flcirtd this commltti.... on or h,..for,' Fel..riinrH \ .said Court my final account. a. AdminIstrator of f be ( i
Ingram of Cty j
'tr- said \
estate and ask for their
of Horlda have this day lo> led a writ 11 1 1910. hlH nol"'e" ,of <'a'Hllda"y nndi approval _ _ _ _ _ _ _ iIH
" of attachment Issued In the cult of John The ai neral nature of thi luislmph ..ppll"ltllon ha v* hln rani' HO (print J H :

15 Fay' agaInst C W. Bruns. now peniKnn to tie trniiHartid shall le, thnt of a l upon. a blank to Cunl.h'd t" Dated HALLEY. Administrator When In Need of a -
court of the Seventh Judicial K*neral banking lousiness wltM pnwi rn thf. "hnlrma" lit this tnmmittee A"cl l la Sept. llth. A. D. 11. --- - -- -
In the circuit
for ( Isn ola county Incident then.,. us .prin'lili-il l It y thi' "' hv t II... mount of I hi i. aHI a VETERINARY SURGEONCall '
In *
'I circuit. the following-..,,<,rlb'd statutes (.C the Htate of l-'lortla. HMtnt nl. as .p'c.tM.,1 ht.lf>w. and" no :1U''I.: 10 t'I.UI'I'lt-: H. E. BAILEY
: Lr Florida upon Onceola 111Tho 111ii' of Itnv, MUt.h 1t1l,11.1..I. ,. .hnll hiprintt For'I
county {
property situated In .. ourt of tb' Jndixe, Hlnteof
amount of capital stork of said 'd upon or "ou..I'd or returned ifmrii.t
State of Florida more particularly described lorldn.. O.. eoln t cost>. Paintingand Paper Hanging F.
:4t corporation shall lie Flftiin ThoiiHand ) u"on HIK li billot miilaiu thin RICHMOND
,, % a. follows] to.wlt ((1). all ( $1 5.1I1111110)(. ) Unllnrs. to lie divided Into .proifllon shall hav. t,..i.n omplled, In n. pMlali; of Mlltori 8 ('owK'rloalliridltors A .

t All fractional pectlon one eleven ((11)) one Jiundrnd and fifty shares of try. wit h leK"tetn. illntrliiut! <.HSllli I INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY Horn Clipped. II and \
4 tractional section ten (10). par value of I inH mm omi r-l Dollars Korm of Hit I lot. <1 all pirhiitiH hnl"l claims' fir up ;

's and twelve (12) ; all section thirteen. (1100) each. to be paid In cash. .. llllllldH. ,, imillllKt ..,1< tHtHtfmi
all fractional si ctlon four!, en The voting In .alcl 1 j>rlmar1 1 rtlonnHhall I de-I 21 Mabbette Street Loughman Road
.. ((18) ; arU the north IV t bi by n"H' and ...-e,1! hoi .. t anil .a'h of > OU. Itrit'i .
(14). fifteen sixteen ((16) .. II i h.. . IntoiiH notlfliil and riijulrid to , i, nt 'anllllllllH I I Phone 121-3
of Ihe norlhwenl The term for whlih aiild corpora 10.1. in ""I11I.llnn" with t pi < \ : pi >. KI..lmme. -
'li% cast quarter ( N:: W. 1-4) 1-4 south lion shall exist shall he nin.tvntneyears of the slat. primal'.v. 1 Its. mm .ind, tb, ' .Illll, lllltlllllllH Mllllll '',. 111i r

.e' quarter (N. E 1-4 of NV S; 1.2 of riann s ..r the i earllIa i M f.n i n'h ntft -i It I i.i'.i I' "mi. ma)' h; aua ll lift t hiiHtati I -:- -

fi'i' half of the northwest Quarter ( section V. ,'e shall b*. (print d in the ball"t tn of Mlltnii N ( 'nw utr mli'-aai-i. C
N.V.. 1-4)). and south half of all Intownship The bustness of the said corporationshall alphabetical order I ale if iHicola' iount>'. )10,1.1. to thi M. TILLER ERNEST L GREEN
Sec 17). .
i_ ssventeea (S 1.2 of be. conducted by the .following ( .n.a.* of UetMrnPi. 10o"r..II".1 1.lmlnIHI..t.. .*s
tl_ tw..nty..I" (26) south range. offloersA This eomiirnittiahall m..1 at 8 . two > iars from the dateh. Sign Writer and Decorative ,

thirty-one (11) east containing accordIng president one or more vice-presi o'clock. p. m. on the 6th day of March r..of Real Estate Agency.mmmmmmmmm I
to the United States surveys In thetate February 9. A. I>. 1816 .
dent. a board of seven directors a 12115. In the city council rhamlM. of the Datd
of Florida 5.-65: .0 acres. situated cashier and such other officers and city of Kluslmtnee and public'ly ran I JOe. iMJKIlS8t m m mm% mm< Painter

In Oaceola county. Florida. excepting employee aa the corporation may authorlse \ARS the returns In accordant' with'RUBMYTISlf. i'

nnd reserving however out of the The board of directors ma\' the primary election law of F'lorida.and Realty bought and told. Phone %81P

above described premises enl ((20) appoint subordinate officers and employes. declare what candidates I have t>e.en
Houses ii
acres on the- easterly shore Live with such power. duties .and nominated for each office voted for rente. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ iaA
Oak lake now used and Improved a. a termuof. office a. they may prescribe. and the chairman and secretary of tbls Taxes Titles verified p. A. Vans *' '
banana plantation. or as may be provided by the by-laws committee. ., within two days thereafter ad Am.wATTORNEYATIAW B. Crawfor. -

4-61 1.. ? INGRAM.I.V not Inconsistentwltlk the banking shall certify the names of these for non-resident.
O.ceola County. Florida .. candidates ;receiving; the nominationfor Neuralgia Headaches VANS CRAFORD'i
Sheriff of law.. Cramps, AGNEW ft
: vi any office to the city authorities. Colic Bruises Cats and Fire Life and Act In y*
The Al rector shall be .'e"(.<1 by ef Klssimmee as the nominees of this Sprus. ,
,,; -.2' Plies Cored In 6 to 14 Days tbe stockholders at each annual meetIng party for the offices to be voted forat Barns, Sor., Stings of Insects surance. I

I' Tow, dnnlst wUl refsnd moaey U PAW All other officer and employes the general election to be held in Indemnity Bonds. Offices: S-4--9 Otl.seii.s Bmnm '
Ol32TMN? 4.11. 6. care cap e. 04 Itchiag. hall be elected annually by the boardof March 17th, 1611. Etc. Amtiseptie Aa.4ye, used - '

hltcd.Bi.di.goT PTOtTWdieE P41..I.620 14 days. director. The anual. meeting of I A..u..t.I and externally. Price 25c. Building -r -, 4.p.a.15 .-

) : .*: ZaWi' SaUSS- ss sa4 sadlog.. the stockholder shall be held on the I For the purpose of defrayingthe ell- tel, I ,. .*. .

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missions work." cause
whom regret,Terr innch hU( leave '
: in St.. Cloud,.," V -a-< r so let's get busy "some more" and I '
; St. Cloud Th., "V.teran.'aallOcl&tlorr' :* met will it will be not completedT be long; before the church I WaniAds.' I I ''

promptly at 2 p.) m., Saturday February Mrs. and daughter '
rq Mr. and Ober
20, 1015, with W. F. Kennepresidfng. &
Miss Mabel are the guests of Mr.
The Ladle*' 'Improvement club mete Opening son, "America. and Mr*. c: H. Funk this week They '
in unl- "FOR One of
Lord's the
The prayer wait repeated} finest & .
at the G.A.a.'h&1I 18
on February In the
life Sunny
been enjoying
w : son by the audience The secretary have in Osceola county,' located only oa.mile
with the president Mr. Ethel: Thomp-
In' Kissimmee.
; South this winter .
the last from limits
read the minutes of meeting city f
lIOn In the chair. Minute of last meeting Ohio In
They leave for their home In
and they were approved as read. acres of beat citrus land; twent
were read and approved. The subject
: Mrs. Msrskey announced a Washington a week or two. acres in splendid bearing trees. Finest
of hall
,the brought
new was
up Nellie Barber was the guest
tea at Judge Peckham's home on variety of fruit. You can '
1 and after much discussion decided that &
they must have a hall of their own the lake front at 3 p. m.. under the Edna Harvey Sunday at dinner. this grove direct from the
auspices of the Ladies Improvementclub. Jim and Irene Hilliard spent a and save real-estate
and to erect tt in the center of town. commissions
p, A committee was appointed to find G. F. Smith on behalf of the week at Tampa attending the Gas- Address Box 427 Klsslrame Fla. ;
i .. post, made a plea that all buy a bale parllla and visiting friends.
for the library and to have
\ some place of cotton at ten! cents each and help Mr. and Mrs. C. B Fletcher havemoved 6% MONEY 6% MONEY 8e/n
the also find a temporary as Boon home as possible for the, care for Rome needy veterans S.. J. to the Klbert place Mrs LOANS may be obtained for any purpose :
club. Mrs. Stanley recited an amusing i Mullhlve, company B, Second West .'(('tdll'r and Mrs. Arthur Haye are on acceptable real estate security
Virginia infantry, introduced himselfin sisters. ; liberal privileges
P. which was well rendered. I / ; correspondenee
, ,? poem For she very The, Darker andy a few well chosen words, E H Mr. John Wood all. wife mid ilill solicited A. C. A
v1, encore gav ,
the Watermelon." Miss Farley playeda Holmes company D, Seventh (1 V. C ill,'en were 'ui-fts of Mr. and Mrs (ompany)'. 7J>8 Gas, Electric Bldg,

f f piano solo and Mm Edith Williams, made a very eloquent sneech of a \>ntriotic IauKoii :simdanfti, 'rnoonI'NcicIt I Denver, Colo. 446 Pierce Bldg / ,
recited "The Pillow Fitfht" Mrs Hen I nature and an OhioistK (flavor ; :Smith wits a "guest t nt Ih"l St I.ouis. -
Mrs Lois M. KnnufT past put\ not i'<' ,mstruitor I lIal'b..r home al dinner SnndiiMi I' l
.r h rietta Cole presented the club with 11 I Jeff 1 ",
3 I Milli H M L V Oil THADK
of the W. R. C. of (1'v.ln" laintul ,lit for horse
f, large punch bowl. A rising vote of and MIH (tray; t nti I r
4 thanks was tendered her. The plnce 0., mode a very nice talk in beh.ilf "f I Ii following 'KUI,."sis al dinner Saluid.ixIn wagon one 2 cy Buick In

of the next( club meeting will he announoed lour i dear old flap and its d"H.ati" kls.iunoe Ml and, :\11'* \\'itliibi onilltlon, rood" \ (lies; must sell J

on the postoTice( bulletin 1. M (;m'f'r01\ Indiana and U. S < ( "e. !Ml and :Mis and trade, Jit onriA, M. Jones P. OItox "i
Walker of Fifty-third. Ohio, spoke n 221 Klnslininee 71 1
board. i Mis, ( HISS :Mr and :Mrs Iia \VTherlire
l Miss Oleacla Loudenbach, of Arban.O. few well chosen words in introduction, and Mis: I. II (Column I - ----- ;.

t ., arrived Saturday and will spend also! Mr. and Mis Drtenv 1 and d uiijb Lloyd, llir\i\; and' \ < ':ul I 1"1111111'' \IO"EY 10 I MAN. Applications reniMil ," "I
with her friend (' ter and I Mr and Mrs Haliom of fibs I II "II.I. 1 for leans
two wee' online bailed' K i 1111 i the r..n"11 pa 11 sMI from $10000
4' I 1rrowsmilhon Peh'l yl\'nnia uvonueMr I Mass Mrs W. P Kinney, who, *- nila\ : :Million, (,n improved and unimprovid 1 "
hour t ,
social entertninment
y and Mrs. Porter who IIHVI- lionsnendinf hud charge| of the :' Ia, \\illnrlni, Is working In tiiwn town properly and farm landsIntiust <1 .j
follow exoellent' ,
with the
some time with their cousins, I ing tills ul.. k.loi . I K' ; Nlinight Interest pay.till i H

]Mr and ]Mrs IVumor--lift 1 Widnes' piojfriim I : Song Eli bv the little Tomes I I llir\f was a hn.luess. \ bll'" annually or semi annually.'Ilnm !I.1 ..1
little Pomeroy recited -
girls /:
morning but will visit; with lends! see ; I (One, to ten
( day / niilv ('omr..".. Knllaid, and 1 In 1\14"1111" :Mondiv; : years Applicants ,, .
; 2 in Missouri, before i rdur.ingto their I for bmnsM, |] pleas give dosiiiptinn I .
in Dutch) with
,\ home at Mnntu'ello. III They were iii'cnmpnnicd ro.tuio'wife gave, which a dialogue phased/ <'\,<'ryone, Tbosnnir \" ..:..:.-:..:-:..:..:":..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.... I loi.ition, and valuation ,' )
as far as Jacksonville( bv. impiits" iiT( <'r<'d as security fo

: Al r. and MrH! lYnmmore. "hn n'. lintth.lomnhmi sonjr<, Law in answer, assisted to zip bv I .:. SIIIM.I: (; ; ( HI:i;K. .:. 1 lo'in Stile i iniproM\) 'mints and '' s
\ C'V.. !\tiles and I'. :Mill's ninviilWedivesdiy I inn of :rue.t' . 'I 'C

,, I. front l Ii ivlon, (n. 'I'hi I M l,E 11 firth. f and Ilarrodgave l "in,Mine t \hid a, rciitUmn w a" wail\\ rrcenrd n I I'...:...._...:..........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. \ ,. \\ :1"t t manly representatives

hl' ireiitleniin are loolillgfOI' a bllld.rylocatIon. 1 ]Mis, I Ilocl> !!<* entirtninod' 1 with, i \\'i. an,. .till hnsmi., I ti'' vli,,.. , in ";\1' anplii, ',.( inns for. loins, anI
I p.r", c' I I"i "!'" i II\I ', aid ,'1\'o us
a nor, Ki/ilinir. "K'diKinp tb .f torn l ild, l n.t film and 1 Uuk.I-. : i ,
Wnv' 1>1. liidwill of Fin.mnn.; f/.. ,, ;" ; l r' I 1'1\| ', n'pu, s. 'nt it i" e. Attoi inii : !
% of oln tlin] roll ., bo b" I"". by'lrs.|, 1 JI"1; 11 nrr t 1.1""t"'I'| I II '! '
'i v i .
t a jrrnd'inte n il i st 1. ni> "m ,in pi""'ft in d, Api ;j
id.lh I : i ( \Vi11Inmsshnni i .11 Ilk* 'to ho:MI 1'1" lir, \.1.Ii,,, tl". .,,, ,
it spent the list, three I niot"t1!" ill vi. I I ii men..f -0t | ,, 'lI.b fnl,, l lour.i id: applii,, : ) .
Cloud, .retm,.Mil In Iii'- bathe' Monilnmoriiinir \ t\e I nni' if, lift sjilruhil J> ; I M" iil'iu's) ? .. Ini ,,1"1'1 1 :" i i li"i\ h, lid or I \\ ,M' i ups.I i I f"I at lurrr' I, s )pn.rtltel\i | Illplllfd :: '
]Mi\ ltid\v' .11 math 1 in'mvfriends i" (HIS,' \\t pliiisi'] she "iri\e a i on at tin boon." of lies. ( .o 1. .ISur, , mil' ,Ilisll I ,
fill l-1.1 d"ad
at V O ter rnr f {
Innwho will I"I"d \ > i ,11 I nn l b> t\\ eu 1 '.\ o 11 S ishmi !Mislt i I t s I week.\ I *
t welcome while bun next wniti'. i., "" trm (j'I\' n rrtul l ifj intitltd, i. "loa ) I 1\, and,..( Ml': 1 II> \\' "I'ot. an" Tina rl i n'r- aid I ..I fOI'"a,1, po..ta", I ii x :: I '.
to t ""t | s. for opal 'at
0 a '
I laoiI' <
It. 'I' wh. is' >\ grad.1 1 I'\'a.\ an ,,ininial fnitifrn to SI 1 IM inn' in,.,iirhlmih' n'ut i in n nM | i
hnrls > ,
-s mm r "' ., I 101.I .in, s. (full, p"11 'in'nl,11 -. mil l pro'i' 1 1s
who hast : I'iplre Kiitnl' I InV i 'n Dm I'ii\b': collage.I : \\ an. .1 1: d : i
uutc of loiii'''\illi' colic ir" und i ,, '
w I i I pl\ \\ i of"t So illu' i III 11'1',,"is
)le ill St t 1'itld since I 11'c'> mln"i it' ship,t IIM) ', "It's a I Long WH\' Io'11p I ((0 \\,1 I II I1I1H. till Iii 111 I nut' 'III 'I li"I I ,d'I "u I , j
1 rn ,it i ] "i t f.'I"i \lolq"l t ,if" 1 ii,,in As""i
turned 1 to his, li'iln' in I Lour, \ >il II! 1 1':"i iMomln actor i \', 'in tclu'ds and snap I 1\ MMis LrRrnney 1 C.; It. \\'1.0,1, .ill I ,It I 1',1' I Ul,,,1.1 0'' ::0
x ".' I I,1'1:; 1 I Jld:I IK All,n, :
; and ..
morning Mr 'T'urner I ha.* Linn : W ntwoilh I" busim. top. to ( .1"1111.11') ,a'ul i ..( '
\ (ILr; .'
HMIIC\, \% :"'; will" "Incited :rind Imid t- G;. 111 I..... i
.- at woik ,in out. rely, sim'" In nrnrd| JHIIIll. 111 olg'a.' r\prrl t t.I ; ;
: ,d I. ,lost liv singing "TIll'I Star Sp:m, ull! ,
' ivrclss.
> I anti lenvi'S" HcimiMIV' \\niin' fM'miswbo i ( gone hi \ t i
b 1I Ys will be Kl.ul to w:')liome bun nest gird Paiim\ Ad lomnnii" nt was tn'n ',- 'I I lit lI't"1 1 i tot,, if 1 the i.I"'h 1 his I b.m< n, WAN:; I III: I C Orders ("I'1"- "-""- .. < s I

i; I < till 1 Fi ibiuaiJ7: l'llr. J. M \11\' much bt..tut .ill, d ba i urn 1 ,.f I"".... 1'riii's rijrht Oscoela

r fall.J.. ]\f. White.. freight and ticket, An.I lei son, s'r't..n', i l>ld''IIIII"i and \'a"i..l, ; Mils pi':tK 1 her & Puinittirf ('.J. 20 :: :
s. agent of. the f huacro Milwaukee and j jRt. :Mis" Alii ]M igi ts: mind two i children \\ ,,II fur" I tin} I p< oplc of \\\i\ ">- ,M"n, 'in"in ".

i .,y. Paul railway, nt (Vesio 111., o11 I Vtliil and Walter, i.rum in Widnisdi\'' it\', as tlxir is, .tlll"g. hl I < .. bi\i" ij1 I I I II U: I I I \ ,:\ on city ippliiM,d I. 'alt : : : : : : 4.

1 two lots in St. Cloud on New \'.rv' /" i'\ Miiip, from Moundssllle' , 1VI.., and .1 neat and i.iininiodions(' place| of \\0 i( Cot' one 01 limn. 'M' u, ',111)d<)()

:p assents unon whuh, be is putting up a I fill sVMld| SI \'I'.al) WI'I'Us 111 St. ( 1..1.1 I hip' .di", ss I I' (O.) Jlo', 1 1.7, Iv-.tuunec i 'i I Fla

.3 house Wi me glad to have n progressive I < i. W Pallh.ty I was a businessmiller '1'he. n\i\al I sii\nis bin,. "u' pn>iritssitif ; ; : : : : :
,ili/yn; lil.e J. MVhito, in um. : .. at Kissunimi 1 MoniiaN: I nxilv'. I Res I' 1'. Htattvp.istoi I I'-' I--\I.I---: | | : ; \ ;:,'al nil, \ i. vnnngJerse ; i

I f '. had I tinmi.,it in' .ItiI, ,. \ iov\, ju <: f i rsh, SV., DounIng
{ midst. _ _ _ . . . . .. ...... I INK ) up
. .. .... .LLL. I lion, 211 I 1 I. 7 t
:t Mrs. .T. Woodlieik, of Kissinr'nee; .X- 9 ..v vv vh until ;Mnnilt\ etenulg I \\litn In u isissllsid i I I
'\;, was a ,'all"rIt St t loud Wt'.i'rsda' )Joy HW. fr 1'I.14I'I": : '., .;. SI'RA\1'ItElili\1 : I'I.ANl r.; S ,nd :! :,
: : "
i r L j morning. 01t'1! H nut'v ( ,it ty. \Vr f..1 1 'ni m IK h !oodh I :
!' Mr. anti/ "Mrs' .. (;looiirc Ciooilruh; Mi1-I ,is heat. :ni l ">mplishi r d "I h r', ,nl\' for 1,(1100( ( ( 'ahingr I pi.."its .it $1 !r>() :: 7,

1, 'v T ilia'i'h; anti !Miss Marv: 'I'Inn n- }.._......_........................._......_.._......................_........................... II 1 In r Sunday st'howl is in r a Mom i r I Ii, I I', adt rn plum' I It pi'?i mil i h.. 1 u \. l trt. ;
f 1. : at, t 111( 'to 1 rl ills 'ac'h, h Inhn I I.i"htf""t.
last week taking the mir londitio'i Newly elided! ofTi, -"I'i ind i ) : :
: dike ,
,3 i f spent (' 1', A 1I I t Sights. ., at Tnmnn and St. Pet eriniI. teachers an <;. < 1 lonsofi' fiiin II.i inoniri, eon I
the I'Inl.1'ur.das\
\ "r111 :al "
I ;
l 'r su "' iinli'i"di nt. rnrclectrdV.1 IIlo'n
L Iffy Miss Ella I ('rll,, toll was a KIKMIII ] :
\\ 'I' )\.r, ]ihuue( '. Ca. :alll\\ ., ,, FOR PPN'T: : 8 residence. fin. : : 3
.:: ; visitor; Wednil:ivMr I 'sun. as isl.uit .uprrrnt' 'nd''nt u d : :
i mee II. II. St of I'i..t., I i.KnnKHs last t'Ods" \ and has itbrmidt, "n', 'Ir !" of tb, Senior" Nib. .'n' i ; Mi" nishtd $lr*; 5 room, $10, ". ::

rj who for the past sir mon' h.'i himself II house, on his lal1d udlornrt r II'k 1.1 l Ii "mi \1.: Robb! d :uhci Jurnnr I" 1 llitlr:.I,I, $0! l K: E Wells, real i state .n.d inBur.nite

t1 "'i- nAil niidihis,' home ill St ("loud, K ftJi the th\ tnvin site' 011 Iii' I''"I''I t m t III' I IIs j I ills--: ;\AIis. G; (' J Minn:, ,..on, t ti..,01". i In 20! Ilronduay ::

= Thurpilav morning, but expects to, n;' I'"'} rI"III, hla laud anol \n. .1 I Ilu natlOllnl, ilaC; I :. I.. I'" .lmiin-t" |
e j' turn ill (Ihe full get II toady for fern aunt' uin It lcahepOnuuy, alas; .1 I II. .1"1 I i 1 I'ol( 'I 1'"II'l : | NI'w'n'; v M nil ,.,il ft i.
f 1'1! E B. Holmes of Willianiliurir (O. '1'hi 11.\ .1. A. Aaron of ( '<'1I1I-r .irettuy. and 11 c'asn 1'i'n': :tits. 1 E: I I.i II LI I m .i 1111'i ,itIdllrlue i ,in, 1 ilea 1 st" in
:: I
E. M. Wood of Tarkio, Mo., r. WKe'fer I I'cilnl Texas, after spending\ M \ iinlw I I II. ( )h't".t.; oipuiist.' ; \I"H: I'in ,i )>onlli\. 111 i.nulnr I ; 'nuplmmnts ::0.I's

r ; of Shnwmut" Kan., and I'lias: .'i.k.. here. haM n t turned to bis Mitts : Itinnsi, 111" II'' illn. We eXiled ill the I \\.I'O"'K i 7 :!:

r Millhoff of ARTon, O.-, arrived Situ!; Hi'." 111 return later and ,develop his nt'nr future\ to have a cradle "lull or :i:

day to spend a few months at (he tract on M-I lion 7. g-unizp,1.1 FOR RENT: OR SAIE: Two.11101') I

Wonder City. They are well pleased' I J. II. Taylor haH purchased the (O. Mrs P. G. Cromartie entpittinidKev store building, on Brack St., Nol'tt.I

with our city and all will return next: H. Elliott: tW'llty-a..r. tract In section! Stticklund, Kev Kenttv.. :Mrs. I IP 1. I Kissimmee. H C. Stanford 29- ;

t a winter and will improve their. prop- 25 and will\ I shortly occupy 11. 1'ihon and Mrs A. I K Dennis[ Tins ::

erty. This Section will soon be true to It a duv. I FOR ALI'1'0 i story wooden hou,, r

.h A. J. Thurber, who has been spending name judging; from the number of We are very sorry, indeed to learn I and lot with ("lIit' tuts t I ,'",' 5 1:

.It.,- the winter at St. Cloud,* left trees being planted Among thoxirecently that our kind and nccommodalintrconductor \ looms and lath, electric( lights .

: Wednesday for his home at Uandle- eel out are SpaiiRW. 600 ; on the Midland tailroad is it at 407 Hmmett Apply at ,. i

4 y .;men, N. C. 1 Dalrd, 600 ; Stokes, 400 ; Marquard to leave us. lie will carry with him or write to August! Koa/, 1220, Miasissipni t
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smilesfof. IV.w 1 200 ; Nethercutt, 400. the best wishes of his many friendsall St.. nCross, \vis; i
la. to St. Cloud last Thursday crowded along the line.
\ City, came The school house was '
) and to show their faith In our city with an appreciative audience Satur- Mrs. H. J. Patrick of Orlando spent FOR SALE-One 5-year-old I 't
on the second several days with her parents, Mr and lady-broke carriage
i'' they purchased property day evening, the occasion being an ; wagon,
Mrs. Stewart Tiner to her
returning harness. A W.Ii.
: ,day. 'entertainment by the ladies as a return bargain at $225 '
11. M. Austin of Bedford City. Va., for the one given by the mf'nsoml" ,I home Monday. 1 1. Booler, Route 1, Box 4. Kissimmee '
v arrived Thursday evening to spend a weeks The ladles had Miss Mattie Woodnll was called to Fla., or 'phone Han S 'HI".,'!! I' 3:
i(: Jew week at St. Cloud. Mr. Austin ago. the bedside of her little nephew May 10U
I been busy preparing for the same and _ ,
nard Jeffords of ICissimmee who has
in C Second Iowa infantry ,
served company ,
$I better known as the "Hornet's i I I an excellent program was rendered. I been hick for some time. FOR S\Ii:: Iin room boarding" i! E:
Neat Rrifrade" Mr. Austin is very The house had been tastefully Miss Lucretia Overstrc-et has returned -i looming house, "orr'r, lit otol: ) 1
well pleased with St Cloud and it is )I under the direction of Mrs from a long visit with rely and Ilnuk stutt Would trade ::

expected that he will make his home Cyrus Payn I lives in Sanford. I smaller property. ; two lots ami I \:

. here in the near future. IA I Promptly at 7 o'clock the opening; ] Rev. Geo. A. Branscom t filled 1 his barn Would exchange for "

party consisting of Anson McGill c.iorus was rendered, Nellie Gray." regular appointment at Winderiwre unproved farm. W M. Sivir H- ;

and wife and Mrs Belle just Miss Marie Dlmlck then recited! last Sunday. i

?, returned from a three-days' camp ng "Kentucky Philosophy" and In response - Fla.-A-- founda Iljde Park Okla. William .. ,I :

trip at Alligator lake. They state that to an encore gave "The Hall Panama City, printer caught; ( a magpie in ('unarron N. M. :
chunk of in the theother
v l they had a (Treat time; fishing \is good road Crossing." Then there came ambergris hay and made a pit of it, Ik' mined hire
but Anson states that women are not around a laugh "Mary Had a WI 1- day. It weighed nine poundssix bringing the bird with, him. The :
i't, U. J. Keen and, ounces and sold for 7000. caped from his and flew
4 good when It comes to catching minnews. .lam Goat, by Mrs cage backto !
n, Misses Marie IJ'mlck, Pearl Hlgney, his old home, more than 1,000 miles.It I "

.w s Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ottaway from Edith Larson and Jessie Morrey ( made the trip in less, than threelays :;

s ,, Flushing Mich., who have been ,mend-I Two tableaux were presented and Effect of Great |
ing, the winter at St. Cloud, much enjoyed by the audience The Kidney I

to St. Petersburg Saturday tp visit first was Columbia with Miss Ksste New York has a woman watchman

li with friends.Mr. Hlgney In the leading part; music ]Mrs Ethel l Ryan, who guadrs the dis-,, '

Entriken and Lynn Daugherty by Mrs. Babcook The second was Remedy is Soon RealizedI rut populated by produce men. I I

f Were Kissimmee callers on Saturday. "At Mother's Knees" with Mrs. A.

r I Mrs. Alice Kreps entertained her A. Umberger and children In the ma- '
feel it let t..M-> }fi :w' SOfi04S : :
t 2; ll friends delightfully in her orange jor while Mrs. Alice Ramey recIted my duty to you know ------x----:
grove last Saturday A bountiful part"Mother: what Swamp-Root did for me I was

4 lunch was provided, after which progressive Miss Kosle Marquard recited Deacon bothered with my back for over twen- THE !

/ rj euchr was the order of the Brown's Courtship Mrs Q. ... ty years and at times I could hardly

afternoon. The prizes were fruit and I Babcock sang "Flee as a Bird to get out of bed. I read your adver-

I blossoms, a novelty which the friends Your MountaIn." tisement and decided to try Swamp
1 from the north will long remember. Root. Used five bottles, and it has i
The Laughing Quintet gave a
I The invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. novelty reading which was followed been five years since I usea it, and I

Oliver Smith. Mr. and Mrs MagstafT, by a guitar solo by Mrs. A. A. Um- have never been bothered a day since ;
4 ni. > Miss Pearl Thwait Mr. and Mrs. Cole, I took the last bottle of it. I am .
Mr. George M. Rice, Miss Nettie Rice. berRer. thoroughly convinced that Or Kilmer' -
The hit of the evening was an or-
eif Mrs. Albert Livingston, Mrs. S E. "The Center Swamp-Root cured me and
Althea and Gerant Miller. IgInal poem
Miller Jennie C would recommend it to others suffering -
Minstrel 1 Band by Mrs.
The Daughters of Veterans will Payne. Mrs Payne, In her Inimitable as I did.

meet in upper G. A. R. hall Friday style, her Impression of the negro My husband was troubled with kid- / !!!!;
i 26 at 7 o'clock gave and bladder troubles and he took ,
F i evening February ney .
minstrel play a few weeks ago rf UP'.. L1
ill Charter members who have not been and her characterization of the participants your Swamp-Root and it cured him Ja'.. '"
.I obligated are especially requested tow that occasion was much This was about five years ago.
attend.I. on You may publish this letter if you c
O. O.'F. lodge meets every Tuesday enjoyed by the audience. choose.

; r evening at 7 o'clock. While necessary changes were being Very truly yours,
/li of the
made for the presentation
/ g' t' Mrs. Anna C. Wilson, from Gales- tableaux and during the serving of MRS. MATTIE CAMFIELD, -

.J4 burg 111., and Mrs. and Miss Keenen the refreshments Mrs F. W Howe R. F. D. No. 3 Gobleville, Mich. M

of Fruitdale, Ala., are here to spend number of excellent selectionson Subscribed and sworn to before me
gave a
to some time in our Wonder City. the phonograph. this 13th of July, 1909.ARVIN 1"

f Miss Annie Cox of Washington T After the serving of bountiful refreshments W. MYERS, 1

4t L r I C., arrived Monday evening and is "God Be Wit' You 'Till Notary Public, 'ii

'l' y't l:: visiting her brother, R. II. Cox, on We Meet AgaIn" was sung and .the for Van Duren Co., Mich. r/L/ -'- ) {,
avenue. voting It the best
aud'enco dispersed I l.rttrrOr. <. '
Dr. G. F. Parker was St. Cloud
entertainment ever given here. Kllmrr A Co.lll r Y
r caller Sunday. 1 ..fc...... N. Y. ;

The guild will hold a food sale in *00.000000000.0..00000000. i _.....
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
t C their hall Saturday from 3 to 6 p. m. O OO For You. No HUMAN iiAM TOUCH

i This will be the last of the food sales UNION CENTER OO I tatlon could not possibly be
4 a Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A: Co.,
for the 0 If dealer haa
... d prevent jour not yet
J. E. Itarwho ha been one of . . . . . . . . . . .0.0.0.Tbe botue.Binghamton It will N.convince Y., for a anyone.sample You sire

." \ ;"\ yt the in the capacity of box social Friday night was will also receive a booklet of valuable

; 'pressman for the -fast eight weks. a decided success., There was a large Information about the kidneys and

'; ,baa resigned and accepted a similar I attendance and the Christian Endeavor bladder. When writing, be sure and .,:

'ifi\, position In KlMimme. Mr. Hays is. I treasury was swelled to the mention the' Kissimmee Valley Ga- i .

',, a good pressman and a clever allround tune of fiO.lS. which amount was cette. Regular fifty-cent and ,1

'If sociable fellow, and friends has. upon all presented to the treasurer of the dollar .*. bottles for sale. at all on\: \i PHONES 5043 and 984 ; I
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